Office of the Historian of the city of Havana benefits with housing for vulnerable groups

Havana family groups in vulnerable situations today benefited from the delivery of homes by the Office of the City Historian (OHC).

José Velázquez Felipe, Tomás David Velázquez Felipe and Nancy Peña Regalado were the winners of the two-apartment building located at 1026 Habana Street.

The initiative is part of the Special Comprehensive Development Plan until 2030 executed by the OHC based on improvements in the quality of life of the inhabitants of the capital, as is the objective of the programs implemented by the country’s leadership.

The houses delivered this Friday were totally deteriorated, but their rescue was possible because they were included in the Priority Zone for Conservation that the institution owns, according to authorities from the Office.

The building located in Habana 1026, belonging to the San Isidro Popular Council, and the one in San Ignacio 209, which has not yet been completed, are part of the plan for 50 houses that the OHC expects to finish during the current year, as it recently told the Agency Cubana de Noticias, Johanna Aedo Gutiérrez, director of investments.

The two apartments inaugurated on the day have completely renovated plumbing, marquetry, electricity, sanitary services and ironwork.

Currently, the OHC is preparing a new urbanization, called Habana Nueva in the area known as La Lechera, which will benefit from the construction of houses.

Other buildings such as the Narciso López, on Avenida del Puerto, and the Royal Proclamation, on Cuba Street show an advanced restoration process.

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