Last week, Habitat Wake closed on a partially-developed subdivision near the historic section of downtown Apex that we will complete and provide homes there for 16 families. Habitat Wake has not built in Apex since 1990. Wake County government has provided the funds for acquisition of the property and completion of the infrastructure.

What’s special about this project is that it was started by the White Oak Foundation, a community development arm of the White Oak Baptist. By partnering together, Habitat Wake is able to help White Oak realize a long-held dream to revitalize this community that they’ve had a heart for and connection to over the years.

We plan to begin site development work this summer and will begin construction of new homes next spring.

Please contact Missy Hatley, part of our development staff if you have an interest in becoming a sponsor at this location. These Habitat homes and families will be a great addition to the Town of Apex – the Peak of Good Living!