The increasing cost and scarcity of affordable land is the biggest challenge Habitat for Humanity of Laramie County faces when building housing attainable to local families. Leaning Tree Homes understands that home-ownership is vital to the economic stability of our community. They've built their business constructing quality family homes in and around Cheyenne. This year, Leaning Tree Homes is investing in home-ownership in a big way, donating a piece of land to Habitat. Located on Storey Blvd on Cheyenne's north side, the parcel, known as Pronghorn Crossing, has space for as many as eleven new homes.
Thanks to Leaning Tree's generous gift, Habitat for Humanity will be able to make the dream of homeownership a reality for our partner families for years to come. Recently the owners of Leaning Tree Homes, Rachel & Jim Frauendienst and their daughter, Hannah, met with Habitat Executive Director Kate Wright, Board President, J Fred Volk, and Vice President Rachel Martinez to transfer the title and ownership of the property to Habitat for Humanity. The Frauendiensts are proud to be able to make such a substantial gift and proud of what Habitat will be able to build there alongside the partner families who will own the future homes.
The impact of Leaning Tree Home's investment in our mission ensures our ability to build the strength, stability, and self-reliance inherent of homeownership, for years to come.
We are so grateful for their generosity and all they do to make Cheyenne such a special place to call home.
Pronghorn Crossing, located on Storey Blvd, is a parcel of land where Habitat can build as many as eleven homes alongside its partner families. The lot has wonderful big sky views and is conveniently located near grocery and retail stores, schools and Cheyenne's Green-way system.