Habitat for Humanity breaks ground in Near Northwest Neighborhood

Photo courtesy Habitat for Humanity

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- On Friday, President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County, Jim Williams, was joined by regional dignitaries at a groundbreaking ceremony on the site of four future houses in the city's Near Northwest neighborhood.

Four of the houses will be built by Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County as a precursor to the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Mishawaka, August 26-31, 2018. The other two will be built by New Energy Homes and sold at market rate.

The six houses will be built in the Shetterley Triangle, which is bounded by California, Woodward, and De Maude avenues

All of the homes were designed by New Energy Homes and will be sustainable, high performance homes.

Families interested in moving into the newly announced homes can find more information at the Habitat for Humanity website, www.hfhsjc.org.

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