Harvey, Eviction, Demolition: What’s Next For 2100 Memorial Seniors?

The Houston Housing Authority says the senior housing facility needs to be torn down and rebuilt — and remaining residents would have to find a new place to live in the meantime.

By Florian MartinApril 23, 2019 9:30 am, , , ,

From Houston Public Media:

For the past 18 months, residents of affordable senior living facility “2100 Memorial,” just west of downtown Houston, have been fighting with the Houston Housing Authority, which has been trying to get them out.

In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey flooded the first floor of the building, which is advertised as luxury high-rise living at affordable prices. No residential units were affected but a few weeks later, residents received eviction notices.

That led to a lawsuit against the Houston Housing Authority (HHA), which owns the building.

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