With our architectural drawing nearly finalized, Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis is inching closer to breaking ground on our second phase of single-family homes in the Tiffany neighborhood just south of St. Louis University. This phase will include three two-story single-family houses built to the historic standards of the neighborhood. The homes will also be built to universal design standards so to be fully accessible to persons of varying abilities. The third and final phase in Tiffany will include another three homes, which we hope to start on immediately after wrapping up phase two.
At the same time, we're excited to have received preliminary approval on the purchase of another 10 parcels in the south St. Louis city neighborhoods of Bevo, Carondelet and Marine Villa. These lots will are the perfect hosts for a future Habitat home and family, and we're move quickly on pre-development planning in preparation for construction later this year.
In Hazelwood, our construction crews and volunteers have been working hard to wrap up our first phase in the Burke City subdivision. As that work wraps up and families are readied to take ownership, plans are being finalized and property is being acquired for a second phase of development that will include demolition of vacant and dangerous buildings in Burke City, and, in their place, we'll build brand new, energy-efficient Habitat homes for our partner families.
In 2017 we're deepening our commitment to neighborhoods we've had a presence in for years, while also expanding our impact to neighborhoods we're building in for the first time. For our future homebuyers, this will mean even more options of locations and home styles to choose from. That's something we are all very excited about!