Phase One Sheridan Hollow Project
June 25th at the New Jerusalem Home of the Saved Church on 160 Sheridan Avenue HFHCD Executive Director Mike Jacobson led the discussion for the Phase One Sheridan Hollow Village project. The Sheridan Hollow Village project will be breaking ground this year, focusing on the completion of twenty homes. This phase will include Habitat for Humanity homes, Touhey Homeownership Foundation homes, and the talents of 3tarchitects as our principal designer.
Among Habitat’s staff and volunteers were a range of community members, stakeholders and business owners with insightful questions, comments and ideas about the Sheridan Hollow project. Questions ranged from reserving historical landmarks to pet control and paying off property taxes.
Habitat for Humanity Capital District helps to develop and transform communities through home ownership by building affordable and sustainable homes in partnerships with low income families. We value the input of all our stakeholders by generating plans through community meetings and focus groups. In fact, the Charrette event in the first week of April highlighted issues of concerns that would be address with the Sheridan Hollow Project. This included five focus points:
Learn more the Sheridan Hollow Project click here.
Thank you Sheridan Hollow community members, volunteers, supporters, board members, First Niagara Bank, The Touhey Foundation , and Capital Region Sponsor-a-Scholar for coming out and showing support.
Charlie Touhey from Touhey Homeownership Foundation.