Jewish Housing and Programming (J-HAP) is committed to serve the life-long needs of adults with developmental disabilities within a Jewish environment where residents feel welcomed, valued, fulfilled, and secure. They began fundraising and had entered into a purchase agreement on a desired property for developing its first 45 units of housing (Cornerstone Creek). However, they did not yet have the required funds to close on the purchase. Land Bank Twin Cities was able to assume their contract and land bank the property for two years while J-HAP identified a co-developer and raised funding for the project. J-HAP purchased the property from us, and now, this nationally replicable model, slated to open in 2016, will provide residents with a seamless connection to secular and Jewish community life.