Cleveland Habitat Breaks Ground on New Home

Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity recently broke ground on a new home construction project on Grandview Avenue in Cleveland’s Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood. The home, the 14th house Cleveland Habitat has built or rehabbed on Grandview Avenue, will be built on a vacant lot donated by the Cuyahoga Land Bank.

Members of the Construction Employers Association and their associates of union firms are donating their time, talent, funds and materials to build the Habitat home from start to finish.

Cuyahoga Land Bank President and General Counsel Gus Frangos, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Marcia Fudge, Congresswoman Shontel Brown, Cleveland Mayor Justin M. Bibb, and Cleveland Council President Blaine A. Griffin spoke at the groundbreaking event. See more photos from the groundbreaking HERE and stay tuned for the future announcement of the dedication and welcoming of the new homeowners.

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