Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

Habitat Launches Historic Midtown Housing Plan

Highest concentration of affordable, single-family homes built in city since World War II.

By , Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service - Mar 9th, 2019 02:53 pm

As part of its Midtown 100 initiative, Habitat for Humanity plans to build 25 homes this year. Officials said the project will create the highest concentration of affordable, single-family homes built in Milwaukee since World War II. A “wall-raising” took place Thursday to officially launch year two of the effort.

One thought on “Habitat Launches Historic Midtown Housing Plan”

  1. TransitRider says:

    I was surprised to see hammers used to drive nails. I thought nail guns had all but replaced hammers, especially in larger projects.

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