A Place to Live: a Housing Community for Chronically Homeless
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Fair Park has grown since its inception in 1886 from 80 to 277 acres at the expense of the South Dallas community. The removal of neighborhoods for the expansion of the park has resulted in a lack of housing in the surrounding area, which has further increased the number of chronically homeless people in the neighborhood. A Place to Live is a permanent supportive housing community focusing on restoring affordable housing to the Fair Park area.
Permanent Supportive Housing
Shelters for the homeless
Miterko, Christine (2022). A Place to Live: a Housing Community for Chronically Homeless. Master's thesis, Texas A & M University. Available electronically from