Neighbors South began work on this home, 2547 Rees Street, in 2004. This project became the home of Leon Leon, Mary Obat and their family.
Neighbors South began work on this home, 3021 V Street, in July 2003. This project became a five bedroom, one-story home with a full basement for Maroul Kir’s family.
Neighbors South Habitat Coalition began work on this home in July 2002. It became the home for the Thompson family on 36th Ave.
Neighbors South began work on this site, 3029 “S” Street, in July 2001. This project became a five-bedroom, one-story home with a full basement for Simon Jah and his family.
Neighbors South broke ground on this building project in February 2000. This four-bedroom, ranch-style house is located at 4528 South 26th Street in Omaha and became the home for the Diaz family.
Neighbors South broke ground on its first project in May 1999. This four-bedroom, two-story home is located at 2505 Rees Street.
The partner family was Regina Hurt and her three daughters. The family contributed many hours of labor, or “sweat equity,” to the construction of this and other Habitat homes. The Hurt family home was dedicated on September 5, 1999.