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Madeline Rogero, Mayor
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For Immediate Release
New ETHDC Homes Coming to Lonsdale

Mayor Rogero at Bishop St Ground breakingDecember 19, 2013 - Today Mayor Madeline Rogero joined officials from the East Tennessee Housing Development Corporation to break ground on two new houses that ETHDC is building on lots in the Lonsdale neighborhood.

The two lots are located at 3425 and 3435 Bishop St. The homes are expected to be priced at $110,000. They are currently planned as three bedrooms, two baths, and approximately 1,176 square feet.

ETHDC is a private, nonprofit agency funded by the City of Knoxville as a Community Housing Development Organization. It receives federal funds through the City to construct quality, energy-efficient homes for first-time, low-income home buyers. It has maintained a targeted, sustained effort in the Lonsdale community over the past several years.

Groundbreaking on Bishop St

By providing Energy Star Homes, ETHDC not only offers residents a well-built house, but also features that ensure buyers monthly savings on utility costs. When compared to renting or living in an older home, these savings can be significant.

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