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Park Springs

In 2017, Habitat, Housing Partnership Inc. and several for-profit builders broke ground on Phase One of this 96 lot, mixed income development. Habitat will build at least one-third of the homes. To date, Habitat has built 19 homes and, when complete, Park Springs will have at least 50% affordable homes.

Park Springs offers qualified Habitat homebuyers affordable 3 and 4 bedroom homes located in eastern Jefferson County off Westport Road, north of the Gene Snyder. These homes are conveniently located near jobs, schools, recreation and retail outlets. The development features energy star certified homes and common areas will include walking trails and green spaces.

Park Springs is in the Jefferson County School District – Chancey Elementary, Kammerer Middle and Eastern High Schools.

Sheppard Square

Sheppard Square is located in the historic Smoketown neighborhood close to downtown, transportation and neighborhood parks. This site currently offers 5 lots, near the corner of S. Hancock St. and E. Jacob St., that will provide affordable homeownership opportunities for qualified Habitat homebuyers. Home plans include 3 and 4 bedroom layouts with on street parking. 

Schools include Shelby Traditional, Breckinridge-Franklin Elementary, Meyzeek Middle and Atherton High Schools.

Sheppard Square project is modeled on two award winning HOPE VI sites – Villages of Park DuValle in West Louisville and Liberty Green in nearby downtown Louisville.

West Louisville Neighborhoods

Habitat has partnered with families and individuals to build or rehab over 350 homes in West Louisville. Habitat homes make up 10% of the owner-occupied housing in Portland and over 25% in the Russell neighborhood. We currently have lots available for new builds in the following neighborhoods:


Park Hill


We also have existing homes available for renovation. Please contact Kevin Kouba for locations.

Richmont Terrace

As part of a Metro Louisville Neighborhood Revitalization Plan, Habitat Louisville was approved to purchase and develop 20 lots in the Richmont Terrace neighborhood, located off Cane Run Road, south of Crums Lane. This $2 million single-family development provides qualified homebuyers an opportunity for affordable homeownership in a neighborhood with access to quality schools, public transportation, employment and retail outlets.

Phase One of our Richmont Terrace development was completed in 2020 for a total of 20 new homes in this area. We begin Phase Two of Richmont Terrace in 2021 with 3 new builds. Our plan is that when Phase Two is complete, there’ll be an additional 11 homes at Richmont Terrace. 

Jefferson County Public Schools for the area include Cane Run and Crums Lane Elementary, Conway Middle and Western High Schools.

Traditional Neighborhoods

In addition to the neighborhoods above, Habitat has single lots available in several of Louisville’s traditional neighborhoods. Check back often as these neighborhoods change.

We currently have homeownership opportunities in the following neighborhoods:

Shelby Park

Santa Fe Crossing

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Louisville and the Legacy Foundation of Kentuckiana teamed up to acquire land for the development of 40 affordable housing units in a Pleasure Ridge Park neighborhood.  The ultimate goal of this project is to provide affordable housing for forty families in southwestern Jefferson County in the South-Central Dixie area by 2028.

Jefferson County Public Schools for the area include Greenwood, Kerrick, and Shacklette Elementary, Farnsley Middle and Pleasure Ridge Park High School.


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