It took ten days to move a Habitat for Humanity home from its build site near Indiana University to its permanent home just north of downtown.
A statewide effort is underway to help Southern Indiana families who lost homes in the March 2 tornadoes.
A Habitat for Humanity house is being built, but the crew wielding the hammers and nails is a little different from the norm.
Some restrictions of the plan, like disallowing building on land with a 15 percent grade, could significantly reduce available land, resulting in higher prices.
Shameka Neely reports on Habitat For Humanity in Bloomington.