On April 29, construction began on a triplex home project in Spring by Hope’s Path, a nonprofit that helps young men ages 18-28 who have aged out of the foster care system. The triplex home will offer Hope’s Path program members a place to live independently while receiving program services.

Hope’s Path leaders have raised $207,000 out of the $225,000 needed for the triplex home project, Program Director Brandon Anderchuk said in a May 8 email.

“This is a significant milestone, and we are so excited to see the project progressing. ... It’s amazing to see our plans starting to come to life,” Anderchuk said via email.

Multiple volunteer days will be held to assist in the triplex home’s construction, Anderchuk said. The triplex home was originally conceptualized as three separate tiny homes but was redesigned due to permitting in the fall.