A Kentucky city may get a village of about 25 tiny homes meant to house homeless veterans as they undergo a 12-month support program.

The founder and president of Veteran’s Club Kentucky started discussing the plan several months ago and expects the $3.5 million Louisville project to break ground in spring 2020, news outlets reported. Plans for the community include a community center, offices, a spiritual wellness center and A neighborhood meeting will be held before construction begins, Jeremy Harrell said.

The project has been supported by the community, city officials and the Louisville VA Medical Center, he told the Courier Journal. The architecture firm Luckett & Farley has even agreed to design the project for free, and the land for the project was donated by developer Chris Thienema, a former Louisville mayoral candidate, Harrell said.

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