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MISHAWAKA, Ind. – Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County is planning on building additional housing in the Mishawaka area, and a meeting was held on Tuesday to inform local residents on how they can apply to own a new home.
There was a 45-minute presentation explaining the project, and employees for the School City of Mishawaka were there to answer questions.
Anyone who is accepted to receive a new home will get to choose from four different floor plans.
The meeting took place at Mishawaka’s Liberty Elementary School. The project provides an opportunity for anyone who has ever dreamed of owning their own home.
In 2018, The Carter Work Project built and provided housing for 23 new homeowners in Mishawaka, and this year 20 new homes will be built along Byrkit Street.
For more information on how to apply and to determine if you qualify to receive a new home, go to the website for Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County and click on the home ownership tab.