Bethany United Methodist Church recently postedÂ someÂ FAQs andÂ answersÂ about itsÂ plans to put a senior living developmentÂ on its property, a reader in the area tells Swamplot. The land is south of the intersection of Linkwood and Bevlyn drives, and mayÂ be one of the 4 potential adult active-living housing projects Stream Realty mentioned to Paul TakahashiÂ back in April, as the church’s website says the project’s developer is currently working onÂ the Solea Copperfield senior living complex in Northwest Houston (just south of Birkes Elementary on Queenston Blvd.). The website also notes that 51 of the 101 living units would be rented out to folks with a household income between 33,000 and 45,000 at below-market rates.
The church’s main entrance is about a third of a mile from that set of lots stretching from Buffalo Spdwy. to Main St. where some stirrings were seen in July; a drawingÂ submitted as part ofÂ a variance request put in for that landÂ calls that project Traditions Buffalo Speedway Senior:
- Senior Living FAQs [Bethany United Methodist Church]
- Tradition Buffalo Speedway Senior [Houston Planning Commission]
- Developer Plans Wave of New Active-Adult Communities Across Houston [HBJ]
- Previously on Swamplot:Â Long-Empty Land by NRG Eyeing New Relationship Prospects Decades After Steakhouse Abandonment
Images: Bethany United Methodist Church (photo), Houston Planning Commission (diagram)