Companies that have donated services at no cost or at discounted rates include Dallas-based Caddis Healthcare Real Estate, Glenn Engineering, FTK Construction Services and Wright Architects. “Cross Roads is honored to have been chosen as the location for this community and is looking forward to working with 29 Acres and all our future residents for years to come,” Becky Ross, the Cross Roads town administrator and director of planning, said in a statement. Founded in 2016, 29 Acres launched its first program this summer: the 29 Acres Residential Transition Academy, a two-year, tuition-based residential transition program for high-functioning young adults on the autism spectrum. Six men and two women were accepted to the inaugural class, living in two rental homes in Little Elm. The academy is for higher-functioning young adults who need training and practice to live independently and work in the community. Once the first phase is complete, participants will live the first year of the program at 29 Acres and then move into rental homes in Little Elm the second year. Long-term 29 Acres residents will primarily be adults who need more support than students in the transition program, a spokeswoman said.