Habitat for Humanity plans to turn largely vacant mobile home park into homes | News
A new Habitat for Humanity subdivision will be developed in Princeton over the next few years.
The new development along Madison Street is the largest project since the local chapter of Habitat was formed nearly 20 years ago according to the executive director.
The organization has acquired a 1.5 acre mobile home park on Princeton's southeast side, and will eventually create five Habitat homes on the land.
Stephens said there are about 15 mobile homes on the property, most of which are vacant. Existing tenants have been notified by letter of the plans and invited to apply as a partner family, according to the Princeton Daily Clarion.