Not long ago, you didn’t want to be anywhere near Tudor Lane in Irving, TX.

Considered one of the highest-crime areas of the city, the City of Irving and the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs have since remade it into the kind of place people would want to raise their children. For their hard work at remaking this stretch, the National Community Development Association (NCDA) has awarded them with the 2017 Audrey Nelson Community Development Award.

These days, you’ll find 14 single-family attached and 13 single-family detached energy-efficient homes lining Tudor Lane in place of the rundown buildings that used to stand there. All homes comes with tear-entry two-car garages, Energy Star appliances, and vaulted ceilings. The residences, which begin at $115,000, are available to eligible low-income buyers through an assistance program.

Not only are the homes a welcome change but they’re also ideally-located for commuters and families. It’s walking distance to Lamar Middle School and provides easy access to Interstate 30, State Highway 183, and Trinity Railway Express stations.