Star of Hope Cornerstone Community Campus

Church & Religious , Civic & Community

LEED Leed New Construction

Houston, Texas


190,000 sf

Project Features
  • Community center
  • Housing
  • Chapel
  • Cafeteria
  • Educational spaces
  • Childcare
The new Star of Hope campus recently broke ground on a 48-acre site and will consist of a main in-take facility and volunteer center seeking to support homeless single women and families; a dining area with full commercial kitchen that will double as a campus community center; a 300-seat chapel; a robust family counseling center; a collection center and retail shop for clients; and the House of Hope, which will offer educational opportunities for the children on campus as well as child care throughout the day. The campus will also include low-income housing, which will help the single women and family clients transition back to independent living and financial stability. At the new campus entry drive and street front, pad sites are being developed allowing new businesses dedicated to the mission of Star of Hope, such as pediatric clinics, eye care and dental clinics, and tutoring organizations to help prepare adults for job interviews, to take root creating a larger community campus singularly focused on supporting the homelessness needs of the city.
Janis Brackett, AIA, LEED AP 713 426 7426
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As our Community Team Leader, Janis brings 20 years of experience and a dedication to the collaborative process to Kirksey’s Community Team. Besides her proven ability to keep projects in budget and on schedule, she is enthusiastic about developing relationships with her clients and seeing their ideas and goals become realized. Janis was the 2014 President of AIA Houston, the 2010 Chair of Gulf Coast Green, and also served on the Editorial Committee for GreenWorks Houston.