LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) —Four people with soon have a brand new handicap accessible home in Lafayette.
It's all thanks to the Wabash Center and the Lafayette Housing Authority.
It will be built on County Road 250 South near Old U.S. 231 and will be an affordable option for those in need of an ADA compliant home.
A nearly $188,000 grant will help pay for it. The rest of the nearly $300,000 project will be paid for by the Wabash Center.
Wabash Center President and CEO Jason McManus said the project will make a big difference for those who live there.
"There's a lack of safe and afforable housing and so this partnership really allows us to construct a home or renovate a home to really meet the needs of the individuals we serve," said McManus.
Construction is expected to start next month, and the home will be ready for its new tenants by February.