Greenville Journal article — New affordable housing community brings 29 homes to Nicholtown

The Greenville Journal has published an article about a recent groundbreaking by Habitat for Humanity in the Nicholtown community of Greenville which will provide for 29 new homes.

“Heritage Hills is a planned community covering about 5 acres on Webster Road. The $1.5 million project from Habitat for Humanity, along with the City of Greenville, Duke Energy and the Greenville Housing Authority will bring 29 new homes to the neighborhood.”

“The projects [this one and another Habitat build in the City of Simpsonville] are part of a much more ambitious plan: 10,000 new affordable housing units and 3,000 restored affordable housing units by the end of the decade.”

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