Supportive Housing Waitlist Information

The information below pertains to waitlists for our supportive housing sites for single adults only. For information about our family apartment waitlists, please check the Family Apartments map listings and visit their pages or contact the Family Property Housing Navigator at 512-610-7392.

Click on this link to add yourself to the Interested List for our new supportive housing community coming Summer 2024:

Balcones Terrace Interested List

Please note that an Interested List is NOT a waitlist.  You can get on the Interested List at any time, there is no limit to the number of people who can be on the list and everyone will have equal opportunity to apply for an apartment using a lottery system. 



It is our goal to return calls within 48hours, but please be patient as we get a high volume of calls and voicemails.  Our navigator will return your call in the order it was received as soon as possible.




The following information is required to be placed on the waiting list:
– Name
– Contact information (for the applicant and/or an alternate contact person)
– Monthly income (documentation not required)
– Accessibility Needs
– Homeless status (if applicable)

Supportive Housing locations:

Arbor Terrace 2501 S. IH-35  Austin, TX 78741

Balcones Terrace Coming Soon

Bluebonnet Studios 2301 S. Lamar Blvd.  Austin, TX 78704

Capital Studios 309 E. 11th Street  Austin, TX 78701

Garden Terrace 1015 W. William Canon  Austin, TX 78745

Skyline Terrace 1212 W. Ben White  Austin, TX 78704

Spring Terrace 7101 N IH-35  Austin, TX 78752

Waterloo Terrace 12190 Mopac Expy  Austin, TX 78758

Zilker Studios 1508 S. Lamar  Austin, TX 78704

Frequently Asked Questions

What is supportive housing?

FC’s 8 Supportive Housing communities are comprised of efficiency apartments for single adults and offer voluntary services including resource navigation, help with basic needs including household goods & food, access to mental healthcare, medical case management and much more.

When does the waitlist open?

Each property maintains a separate waitlist, however, the Housing Navigator can add someone to any waitlist when it is open. A property’s waitlist is open anytime the number of people on the list drops below 60.

Who can be placed on the waiting list?

Any single adult who needs housing. Case managers, family or friends may also place someone on the waiting list. Only one person can be placed on the list per call.

What if I have bad rental history?

Supportive Housing Communities provide housing opportunities for individuals who have faced barriers or challenges to accessing housing in the past. We do check rental history during the application process, but you will not be denied for previous history of nonpayment of rent or minor damages

What if I have a criminal record?

Likewise, we also check criminal history during the application process. While some communities have slightly different criminal criteria, we generally do not deny for violent felonies older than 6 years, nonviolent felonies older than 2 years or Class A misdemeanors older than 1 year. You can check out each community’s Tenant Selection Criteria on our website.

How long are your waiting lists and how long will it take to get housing?

We maintain a separate waiting list of approximately 100 people at each Supportive Housing community. We cannot estimate the amount of time it will take to get housing as that varies greatly based on a number of factors.

Where can I find out more information about each property?

For detailed information about a specific property, please contact the property itself. Our Housing Navigator can also provide an overview of each property as well as specific waitlist information. You can also check out our website for detailed information about each property.

Housing Navigator line: 512-610-4010