Apace celebrates completion of new group home

Julie Davis jdavis@cherryroad.com

Nebraska News Press

Apace (formerly Region V Services) hosted an open house at 319 N. 7th St. on Friday, Feb. 9, to celebrate the completion of the organization’s newest group home in Nebraska City.

What had been a grassy lot last summer has been transformed into a ranch-style four-bedroom, four-bath home with attached garage that will allow its residents to age in place, rather than having to move if and when their physical mobility changes.

New Ventures provided the blueprints and BC Meyer Custom Homes was the general contractor for the project.

“I am so excited to share this project with the public! Members of the Apace team and some passionate members of the Nebraska City community have been working hard to bring this modern home to life,” said Apace Chief Executive Officer Matt Kasik, who was on hand for the open house.

“We sought out examples of what other providers have built and coupled this with our 50 years of experience in the field,” he said. “Every detail has been meticulously considered down to the last nail.”

The Nebraska City home will now be considered the model for all other group home construction in the state, said Apace Marketing and Development Manager Sarah Railsback.

Cost estimate for the home was $375,000. Donors include Tom and Cindy Gude, Clinton and Kim Kreifels, Mark and Marlene Meyer, Patrick Kreifels and Kevin Zubrod, Leroy Kreifels, Thomas and Lindsey Hall, Linda Brooke, the Wirth Foundation, the Steinhart Foundation, the Kreifels Family Foundation, the Kimmel Foundation, and the Apace Foundation.



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