Habitat for Humanity to breaks ground on 14 townhouses in Center Point
From The Trussville Tribue staff reports
CENTER POINT — Experts came together for the groundbreaking of the Lisa Gardens Development in Center Point on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019.
The Habitat for Humanity Greater Birmingham project is the first of its kind and it’s all part of the organization’s annual Home Builders Blitz. The $4.2 million initiative is set on 8.2 acres. The 15 single-story homes are grouped into two, three, four and five units. Each home will be joined by a fire-rated common wall.
Each townhouse will range from 1,021 square feet to 1,379 square feet. Each home will include its own porch and some will include a garage. The homes will be available in 2 – 4 bedroom floorplans. The homes will be built at 3971 Adam Court.
Professional home builders, in partnership with Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders, corporate sponsors and volunteers are making the build possible.
Habitat for Humanity hopes to build all 15 townhomes in seven days. The blitz includes complete house construction and landscaping.