Drive by the site of the old Ice and Rec Center in Sioux Falls and you'll notice it's not there anymore.
The Glory House will eventually build 72 affordable apartments on the land.
The non-profit helps men and women who were once behind bars.
"Many of our clients, who almost all of them have felony records, cannot find a place to live. They are zoned out; they have records. Landlords don't necessarily want to rent to them," Glory House President Dave Johnson said.
Not only will it help people find a place to live, but it will also keep them close to the services offered by the Glory House.
Find out how soon the apartments could open and how it could reduce the rate of repeat offenders, Sunday on KELOLAND News at 10.
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