Different Ends of the Spectrum

2017 CREW Network Convention & Marketplace
Learning Excursion | Thursday, Oct. 26 from 2:15 - 5 pm

Tour two unique and one-of-a-kind communities


Visit homes of local Houstonians, each setting a new standard yet tailored for two completely different ends of the spectrum. New Hope Housing provides life-stabilizing, affordable, permanent housing with support services for people who live on very limited incomes. New Hope’s vision is to be an enduring institution serving Houston’s most vulnerable citizens. Spacious gardens, comfortable shared community areas and enhanced support service options make it an ideal place for a new home and new beginning. This is your opportunity to see Houston’s No Debt Model and Nationals Model for Ending Homelessness.

The opposite end of the spectrum is Market Square Towers – featured on Good Morning America and in Cosmopolitan magazine – setting the stage for a new approach in affluent living. From the sleek silhouette of the architecture to the spacious and fully appointed residences, Market Square Tower is an exceptional downtown experience. The amenities are unique, vibrant, luxurious and includes an overnight social media hit . . . the “glass-bottom infinity swimming pool” located on the 40th floor. Apartments range from $1,805 for a 564 square-foot studio to $18,715 per month for a 2,993 square-foot penthouse. Other amenities included are golf simulation room, sauna, children’s playroom, adult game room, basketball court, poker suite and theater as well as a ground floor cafĂ© and a 13,000 square-foot CVS. Come dip your toes in the sky pool everyone is talking about and experience this amazing property first-hand.

Speakers:

Emily Abein, New Hope Housing

Mack Armstrong, Greystar

Joy Horak-Brown, New Hope Housing

Stacy Hunt, Greystar


ADA Accessible

SOLD OUT

Fee: $75

 Optional event, not included with a convention registration. Preregistration required by Sept. 15.