Building will soon get started on a little home development that is likely to put metropolis of Bartlesville on the map.
An empty whole lot on the spot of 6th and Virginia doesn't appear to be much now, but that changes due to a eyesight that Arlando Parker has soon.
"We make an effort to recreate an factor of familiarity, of comfort, of security where one neighbor is aware of the other," said Parker.
Parker operates the Nehemiah Community Development Company in Bartlesville.
His nonprofit is likely to create a total of 23 small homes for a job called The Cottages on 6th Street.
"The idea was to be energy conserving, cost-conscious and effective in conditions of the square footage," said Parker.
The development is the to begin its kind in Oklahoma. Parker says it will be it'll provide affordable rentals casing to people who require it most. "They're targeted designed for seniors as well as those single mothers, those aging out of foster care and the ones possibly coming to threat of being homeless."
The ideas have been approved by the Bartlesville City Council and focus on the job is slated to commence soon.
The cottages shall come in three sizes, which range from more than 500 square foot to just a little over one thousand.
The entire job is likely to be completed in about 2 yrs. The nonprofit happens to be looking for residents prepared to make their next home a little one.
My name is Mariana and I have an avid passion for Straw Home construction and Tiny Homes that are affordable and eco friendly.