Four Corners/Trinity is proud to announce two developments funded by TDHCA located in Longview, Texas. The construction will begin soon on Heritage Tower and Hickory Trails Apartments.
The first of the two, Heritage Tower, is a historical rehab. Heritage Tower is an adaptive reuse development of an existing six story building with elevator service originally constructed in 1935. The building was constructed at the start of the East Texas oil boom during the depth of the Great Depression when Longview became a center for area commerce associated with the vast nearby oil fields. Additionally, the Texas Historical Commission writes that it is a beautiful local example of Art Deco design.
With support from the city of Longview, Four Corners is thrilled to be able to provide 36 one and two-bedroom homes for local seniors. The building is centrally located to provide easy access to important amenities such as a pharmacy, grocery, church, park, and entertainment all within one mile. Heritage Tower will have common space for resident amenity use on both the first and second floors which includes a library, furnished exercise room, a large area with plush seating, and on-site management. Four Corners/Trinity has received housing tax and disaster relief credits as well as a grant from the city of Longview to aid in the rehabilitation of Heritage Tower.
Hickory Trails is also for seniors and will consist of a single three-story building with elevator service. Hickory Trails will offer 45 units, a mix of one and two-bedrooms. Development amenities will include a furnished fitness room, computer café, coin operated laundry, a community kitchen, lots of gathering space with plush seating, on-site management, and an outdoor patio with raised garden beds. Funding sources include housing tax credits and a grant with full support from the city of Longview.
Hamilton Builders will be the GC on both the new construction of Hickory Trails and the historical rehab of Heritage Tower.