Instead of starting from scratch, Habitat for Humanity of Dane County will focus on building on foundations that have already been laid.
Habitat will continue working to create affordable, permanent housing for families, but as the community's needs change, so will the way the organization works.
The final two homes in the Twin Oaks neighborhood on Madison’s East Side are now under construction.
"This is our 51st and 52nd home in this community and the last two we're going to be building here," said Perry Ecton, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Dane County.
Five years and 52 homes later, the organization is wrapping up in the Twin Oaks neighborhood.
On Friday afternoon, Jenice Anderson got her first look at what will soon be her family's new home.
"We're progressing. It’s kind of a long haul, and to see we're starting already and I’ve met some of the neighbors ... It’s a blessing," said Anderson.