New progress is being reported at Habitat for Humanity of Evansville's St. Theresa Place - a 14-home Habitat subdivision in Evansville that's being built where St. Theresa Church once stood.
According to a Monday update from Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, nine of the 14 homes in St. Theresa Place are now under construction, with six homes ready for the floor system to be built.
Additionally, Habitat for Humanity of Evansville says one home in St. Theresa Place is ready to have the doors and windows installed and two other homes are prepped for the installation of the internal mechanics such as plumbing, electric, insulation, and drywall
"Thank you for your continued support of the Habitat ministry of building homes, community, and hope. It is thanks to you that these 14 families will be able to open the door to a more secure future through affordable homeownership," said Beth Ann Folz, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Evansville.
"As progress continues on St. Theresa Place, families in the Habitat homeownership program working on sweat equity are beginning to see their future homes built from the ground up," Executive Director Folz continued.
Progress on St. Theresas Place has come a long way since Habitat for Humanity celebrated a major milestone in the subdivision's construction on Dec. 9, when the first door was hung on the first home.
You can see more information on the St. Theresa Place project on Habitat for Humanity of Evansville's website.