(TUCSON, AZ.) For more than 30 years, Habitat for Humanity has built homes for impoverished Tucsonans, and now Long Realty has helped them find their own new, bigger place to call home, right in the center of Tucson. Long Realty commercial realtors represented both the seller and buyer of the 16,000 square foot building, located at 3501 N. Mountain Avenue in Tucson, Arizona.
“We are honored to have assisted with this real estate transaction that will so positively impact our Tucson community and the people living in it. Habitat for Humanity needed the extra space, as their non-profit grows and continues to move forward by helping more families find a place to call home,” said Rosey Koberlein, CEO of Long Companies.
Koberlein continued, “Long Realty supports local community efforts, and we know that Habitat for Humanity projects are some of the most effective ways to see community growth. We are happy to provide ease of transactions through our knowledgeable commercial real estate agents.”
Habitat for Humanity’s new property on N. Mountain Avenue, previously owned by Arizona Opera, is four times bigger than the old location on 621 W. Lester Street. Tony Reed of Long Realty Commercial represented the seller, and Ed Henne of Long Realty Commercial represented the buyer.
Habitat for Humanity helps Tucsonans by building them safe, affordable, quality houses, with the assistance of the community. The organization’s new building, soon-to-be their main headquarters in Tucson, will help to progress their everyday operations. The organization continues to expand and grow, with Long Realty helping them achieve success in impacting the lives of more Tucsonans everyday.