Affirming Affordable Housing Right in Oak Lawn
Oak Lawn Place is a beautiful 84-unit, LGBTQIA+ affirming, residential campus that provides affordable housing and a welcoming community for adults 55 and older.
A Place to Live and Thrive
Located on a two-acre site that features mature trees and a view of a creek, Oak Lawn Place is designed to be affirming for older LGBTQIA+ adults. It’s central location provides easy access to entertainment, healthcare, public transportation, and community programs— yet offers a peaceful park-like setting to call home.
Oak Lawn Place is proud to offer:
If you’d like to learn more about living at Oak Lawn Place, join our Interest List:
Partners You Can Trust
We have the very best partners making this project a reality. Thank you to Matthews Southwest, Volunteers of America, Volunteers of America Texas, Perkins and Will Spring Valley Construction. Your dedication to making LGBTQIA+ affirming and affordable housing is revolutionary.
Stay connected with our LGBTQIA+ social group for ages 50+
THRIVE: Staying Young at Heart
Join THRIVE, our social group for LGBTQIA+ people who are ages 50 and above, to get connected with a strong, inclusive and supportive community. Our regularly scheduled meetings include easy-to-join game nights, movie nights and other social gatherings. We’re also here to talk about issues that become more important as we age, such as combating isolation, aging gracefully, retiring safely, grief and more.Attend an upcoming THRIVE event
A Very brief history oF
Resource Center identified senior housing as a high-priority need in the LGBTQIA+ community.
Resource Center started offering senior-focused programming and services.
Resource Center increased the size and scope of THRIVE, the only LGBTQIA+ community program for older adults.
Resource Center secured the senior housing project site on Sadler Circle. A $4 million capital campaign was launched in addition to securing $25 million in public funding.
Resource Center, along with development partners Matthews Southwest, the national arm of Volunteers of America, architecture firm Perkins & Will and Spring Valley Construction Co, celebrated the groundbreaking at Oak Lawn Place.