Please join us for the ceremonial wall–raising on the first home in Habitat Collier’s newest neighborhood in Immokalee. On Wednesday, Dec. 28th at 10:00 a.m., we’ll welcome community partners and leaders, Habitat donors, volunteers, staff and prospective homeowners to the neighborhood of Kaicasa, immediately south of Farmworker’s Village on State Road 29, as we celebrate this milestone.
Kaicasa is a remarkable 100-acre site that will be home to 281 Habitat for Humanity homeowners when completed. This will be the affiliate’s largest subdivision to date and one of the largest fully built Habitat neighborhoods in the country.
Directions: This brand-new development does not yet register on maps for navigation, please see the pin marker on the map below. To get to the site from Naples, take Oil Well Road east to State Rd. 29 and turn north (left). Approximately 7 miles will bring you to the entrance to Kaicasa. From Immokalee, come south on State Rd. 29 just past Agriculture Way (second entrance to Farmworker’s Village). The following left will be Kaicasa. Blue banners will mark the entrance.
Learn more about Kaicasa here.