Incubation Program

Project Row Houses brings individuals together to apply creative solutions for getting things done, often with few resources. We actively work to create opportunities for artists and our neighbors.

PRH's Incubation Program provides space, time and/or mentorship to artists and creative entrepreneurs working in the early stages of project development. The incubation program affords creative entrepreneurs the opportunity of operating within a close-knit community of artists and activists in addition to operating on a neighborhood level with members of the Third Ward community and beyond.


Current Incubations

Crumbville TX Storefront

Ella Russell's Round 43 installation, Photo by Alex Barber

Ella Russell's Round 43 installation, Photo by Alex Barber

Crumbville TX Storefront is the brick and mortar location of E-dub-a-licious Treats by Ella Russell. First featured in Round 43: Small Business/Big Change: Artists and Artrepreneurs, Crumbville provides baked goods with vegan alternatives as well as a space for community to gather and celebrate life. 

Located on the ground floor of the Historic Eldorado building at 2316 Elgin St., Crumbville serves a range of cookies and Ella's signature "stuffed cups" - cupcakes with a cookie base baked in. 

Crumbville TX Hours

Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday 11 AM–6:30 PM
Thursday 11 AM–6:30 PM
Friday 11 AM–6:30 PM
Saturday 11 AM–6:30 PM
Sunday 2–7 PM

Ujima Residents Resource House

Ujima Residents Resource House  at the opening of Round 45, Photo by Alex Barber

Ujima Residents Resource House  at the opening of Round 45, Photo by Alex Barber

Ujima Residents Resource House is a partnership between Sankofa Research Institute and the Emancipation Economic Development Council. Ujima, which means collective work and responsibility, offers a creative and stimulating space for residents to come together, mobilize and begin accessing opportunities. Through Ujima, SRI and the EEDC will work “to build and maintain our community together and to make our brothers’ and sisters’ problems our problems, and to solve them together."

Ujima is located at 2501 Holman St. and aims to assist in protecting vulnerable residents from displacement; promoting social and political integration of economically marginalized residents; and supporting the social mobility of economically-disadvantaged residents.

Ujima House Hours

Monday 10 AM -2 PM
Tuesday 1 PM – 5 PM
Wednesday 10 AM -2 PM
Thursday 1 PM- 5 PM
Friday 10AM – 2 PM
Saturday 1 PM – 5 PM

Past Incubations

NuWaters Food Co-op |  2014 - 2016


NuWaters Co-op is a member owned and operated retail food market making a difference in the Third Ward community.  

NuWaters is located at the Historic Eldorado Ballroom building at 2320 Elgin Street and is open seven days a week from 9 am to 4 pm. To contact NuWaters, please call Carmen Jules at 832-807-3738 or visit them online at

Our House | 2014 - 2016

Our House is a Project Row Houses (PRH) incubation facilitated by Teaching Artist in Residence PK McCary. Our House is a place where artists can enhance their art to sell at the monthly PRH Third Ward Community Market, developing and enhancing their artistic products, while also creating revenue streams for themselves.


All Real Radio | 2014 - 2016

All Real Radio (ARR), founded by local Houston artist and veteran radio personality ZIN, was created with the sole purpose of utilizing radio and video streaming technology to inform, educate and entertain a worldwide body of socially responsible individuals from diverse ethnic backgrounds and socioeconomic brackets. 

Learn more at