TYLER – The city council has voted to reduce the minimum home size required for the North End Residential Building Incentive Program from 1,600 to 1,300 sf.
In 2018, the minimum home size was raised from 1,500 to 1,600, resulting in a drop in program participation and new-home construction.
The program was created to provide incentives for single-family infill construction in the north end, near Butler College and Texas College.
Since the program’s creation in 2007, 748 new homes have been built in the north end, and 3,585 have been built citywide.
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Source: Builder Online