Photos: Moody Nolan’s Legacy House in Linden
Local architecture firm Moody Nolan’s Legacy Project has come to life. A family will be given the keys tomorrow to the modern, new house on McClelland Avenue in Linden.
The 750 square foot, three-bedroom, two-bath house is move-in ready for the family which was selected by the YMCA of Central Ohio and Southeast Inc. The refrigerator and cabinets are stocked with food; there are clothes in the closets and sheets on the beds thanks to the over $3,000 the Moody Nolan team raised to furnish the house.
The project was born out of Moody Nolan Founder & CEO Curtis Moody’s desire to do something more tangible with a share of its annual corporate giving. He hopes that this first house is only just the start of something bigger.
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