Our Austin Communities

Foundation Communities is a local, homegrown nonprofit that offers attractive, affordable apartments and duplexes with on-site support services in the areas of education, financial stability and health.

To inquire about a specific housing community, scroll down to find contact information for the property manager.

Contact the Housing Intake and Placement Coordinator at 512-610-7392 (M-F 9am-5pm) for general housing information, availability, and how to apply for housing at our family properties.

Contact the Supportive Housing Navigator at 512-610-4010 (M-F 9am-5pm) for information on our Supportive Housing (for single adults) or to be placed on a waiting list (if space is available).

Due to a high volume of calls, you may get our voicemail. Please leave a message and know that we will return your call as soon as possible.

Our Austin Communities Maps

Family Apartments           Studios for Single Adults

Family Apartments

Supportive Housing Studios

Click here to learn how to get on Supportive Housing waitlists

Click here to learn how to get on Supportive Housing waitlists


Benefits of Our Austin Communities Include:

Family-friendly environments in close proximity to schools and public transportation.

Community Learning Centers with free after-school and summer learning programs for children and teens, as well as adult education classes like English as a Second Language, money management, and fitness and nutrition.

Commitment to green building practices and sustainability, including reduced utility bills and community gardens.

On-site support services in the areas of education, financial stability, and health.

Requirements for Living in Our Communities

We hope you will find a home with us.

Our apartments and duplexes are perfect for individuals and families with low to moderate incomes.

The minimum and maximum income requirements vary by location.

For families with children under 18 making less than 30% of the average median income for Austin (under $23,000/year for most families), please see our options for At-Risk/Homeless Families 


To live at a Foundation Communities property you must:

Meet specific income guidelines

Pass criminal
and credit checks

Have a good rental history