Apartment complex in China nearly complete as more residents seek housing following Harvey
About two years ago, the state awarded tax credits to a local developer to build the Carlyle Apartments in China, Texas.
The project faced strong opposition and later got was approved to move forward.
The apartment complex is now nearly completed and could open as soon as late November.
The Carlyle Apartment complex is income-based and features one, two and three bedroom units.
The unit are reserved for residents earning between 30 and 60 percent of the median income in Jefferson County.
Now, following Tropical Storm Harvey, many residents are relieved that work on the apartments will be completed soon because many Southeast Texans are looking for housing following Harvey.
KFDM/Fox 4's Jessica Crawford has the report.