Gilliland and the board of directors are working now to raise the $3 million needed to build Phase I. Once complete, the development will feature 95 new homes for limited-income families in the greater Oklahoma City area. Once all the phases of the Cornerstone Creek development are complete in approximately eight to 10 years, COHFH envisions there will be a whopping 450 homes built.
Located in far northwest Oklahoma City close to Piedmont, Oklahoma, COHFH crews recently performed grating and expect to start building the first Habitat homes at Cornerstone Creek by August. To make an online donation: https://cohfhprocessing.com/
For more information: https://cohfh.org/make-a-donation/
Rendering of Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity’s Cornerstone Creek development.