Current Project: 50 Hosley Street, Manchester, NH
About the property
Our property on Hosley Street is a 3-family structure which was damaged by fire and boarded up for 3 years until GMHFH acquired the property in 2010. The City of Manchester helped us to purchase the property using Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds in conjunction with the Community Development Block Grant Program. Volunteers and contractors are working to restore this early 1900's building to a liveable, and energy-efficient, 3-family home.
Feb/March 2014 - We are in the exciting stage of getting the "rough-ins" completed. The house is now weather tight, which will allow for the insulation, electrical, plumbing, sprinkler system and drywall to be completed.
- 1/2013 - Roof completed; siding begun; work slows down due to extreme cold
- 5/2013 - Side porch flooring completed (Women Build weekends)
- 6/2013 - Installation of windows completed; more work on siding
- 7/2013 - More progress on siding
- 8/2013 - Sprinkler design completed; granted $105,000 funds from HOME.
- 9/2013 - Nearing completion of framing
- 11/2013 - Siding is completed - house is weathertight; lead paint remediation completed, including new railings on front porch
- 12/2013 - Framing inspection completed; Electrical work 2/3 done
- 1/2014 - Front door installed (materials paid through lead paint remediation grant); side porch railings installed; foam insulation for outside walls and 3rd floor ceiling done
Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity is run solely by volunteers, and it's through the dedication and commitment of our volunteers that we are able to make a difference in our community. Sign up to help out on this project by going to our Volunteer Signup page.