HERO Projects: 2004 - Present
 
    Martin Stewart School
Martin Stewart School  
In the fall of 2009, HERO relocted the Martin Steward School from its location on ?? to the HERO campus in three seperate parts. Construction is underway to renovate and repurpose the schoolhouse into a facility for design workshops and conferences. Once complete, the new structure will also provide housing accommodations for 24 people.
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    PieLab

Pie Lab

 


Pie Lab is a community space focused on economic revitilization, civic engagement and job training in downtown Greensboro. A collaboration with Project M, Pie Lab provides delicious pie and coffee, retail and hospitality job training for local youth and a small business initiative focused on providing resources for local entrepreneurs.

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    North ward Subdivision
northward Subdivision  
The North Ward neighborhood contains 20 single family homes in a mixed income community within walking distance of downtown. Built on an abandoned parcel with community partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Hale County, Inc., Regions Bank and Auburn University Rural Studio creates the opportunity to serve diverse income families with green building technologies and innovative architecture.
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    Rammed Earth Subdivision
Rammed Earth Subdivision  
The Rammed Earth community creates 4 homes in partnership with Auburn University DESIGNhabitat and Habitat for Humanity, Hale County, Inc. and also with HUD Youthbuild to serve the community with green building technologies.
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    Whelan House
Whelan House  
In 2008, with the support of UBBT, HERO was able to restore a two bedroom home on Whelan St. The Whelan House, as it has since become known, was turned into the Project M Lab in 2008, where it continues to provide studio space for the designers working with HERO.
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    Bunkhouse
Bunkhouse  
With the participation and fundraising efforts of the Ultimate Black Belt Test, HERO was able to renovate a house on Market St. The bunkhouse, as it has since become known is equipped with a full kitchen, two full bathrooms and bunks for up to 12 volunteers.
Click here to see more photos   Year: 2008
 
    Caldwell Creek
Caldwell Creek  
Caldwell Creek Subdivision is a 32-unit subdivision of 3 and 4 bedroom, single family homes for lease/ purchase. Through a strong partnership with Fannie Mae, Regions Bank, Raymond James, Bennett & Company, Alabama Housing Finance Authority and Hollyhand Realty, HERO was able to bring this new mixed income neighborhood to Greensboro. Two additional phases are planned creating an additional 64 single family homes for ownership.
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