Active Builds

Click the buttons below to see more information on our current builds:

100 W. Roswell Ave

This build is located at 100 W. Roswell Ave in Nedrow, NY.  Construction complete and our partner family is getting ready to move in! Be on the lookout for more pictures of the final product and our dedication ceremony!

Want to help build homes like this? Click the button below to register as a volunteer!

 
 
603 & 607 Hixson Ave

These builds are located at 603 & 607 Hixson Ave in Eastwood. These homes are well on their way to being finished. Be on the lookout for picture updates!

Want to help build these homes? Click the button below to register as a volunteer!

Partner Family

We are still looking for a Partner Family for these homes.  If you are interested in applying, or know someone who is, please visit our Home Ownership page for application information.

A Collaboration for a More Sustainable Community

Architect of Record
phZ Architects, PLLC


Landscape Architects
Appel Osborne Landscape Architecture


Structural Engineers
Ryan Biggs Clark Davis Engineering & Surveying, P.C.
Biggs Consulting Engineering, PLLC

 

Civil Engineering and Surveying
CME Engineering Group, D.P.C


Mechanical Engineering
Fuegel Engineering, PC

We are excited to announce a collaboration between Syracuse Habitat for Humanity and the MCAA Upstate New York Chapter! This collaboration, with the support of local planners and construction trades, allows for a unique opportunity to test out a new model for the development of Habitat Houses in Syracuse.  This collaboration combines Syracuse Habitat's mission to "develop communities with people in need by building and renovating houses, so that there are decent houses in decent communities in which people can live and grow into all that God intended," with the MCAA Upstate New York Chapter's mission "to preserve and promote the masonry industry by providing training for masons, advocating fair codes and standards, fostering a safe work environment and marketing the benefits of masonry materials".  

 

This collaboration will focus on building two houses on Hixson Avenue in a sustainable way. To meet this goal, these homes will have:

 

  • Highly insulated concrete block exterior walls and wood roof construction

  • Reduced energy costs through high efficiency floor heating, high insulation values, and thermal mass storage capacity of block construction

  • Longevity and durability through solid concrete block (CMU) construction

  • Condensed plan and sections that allow for a feeling of generous space despite the small square footage

The hope is that these two homes will lay the ground work for Syracuse Habitat to have continued community support and partnerships to build sustainable houses in the future. Syracuse Habitat is excited about this partnership and we are glad that we can play a key role in offering opportunities for the promotion and training of young construction professionals as well as build homes that focus on sustainability.

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Project Sponsors
Project Supporters
  • Atlas Fence

  • Bin There Dump That

  • City Electric

  • CME Associates

  • Crown Construction

  • Dow

  • Dryvit

  • East Coast Companies

  • Eastwood Baptist Church

  • Edward Joy Electric

  • GAF

  • Grainger

  • Hertel Steel

  • Hunter Douglas

  • JCH Seamless Gutters

  • Koster's Wood Floor Store LLC

  • Legrand

  • Michael J. McSherry Charitable Fund at Mohawk Global Logistics

  • Mobile Mini

  • N.K. BHANDARI, Architecture & Engineering, P.C.

  • Northern Ready Mix, LLC

  • Patcraft

  • Schneider Electric

  • Simpson Strong-Tie

  • Sky High Turf Farms

  • Sy-Con Trucking & Excavating

  • Syracuse Haulers

  • Syracuse Rotary Foundation Inc.

  • Syracuse Sunrise Rotary Club

  • Target Corporation

  • Thermal Foams

  • Valspar

  • Van Derhoof Roofing

  • Whirlpool

  • Walmart

  • Willey Lumber

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