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How would I write "home of new beginning" in Spanish?

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I am writing a grant to provide monies for rehabbing old houses into homes for Hispanic families living in at-risk neighborhoods. The Hispanic adults will provide the work to rehab the homes under supervision, and be able to purchase the homes for their families at a very low cost. I work for a non-profit and need a name for this project, and I liked the idea of a Spanish name. Any suggestions?

Thank you!

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updated JUL 12, 2010
posted by sprusso

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I would go with: "Las casas del comienzo nuevo." to mean, "the houses of the new start". This is a pluralization of what you asked so you could also say, "La casa de comienzo nuevo", meaning "the house of the new start". I am sure the gurus will weigh in soon, I just wanted to get this started!! smile Good luck and good on ya!! Welcome to the forum!

updated JUL 12, 2010
posted by Jason7R
Thank you! I am open to other suggestions for naming this project, too! Something catchy but not too hard on us who are lingually-inpaired at speaking Spanish! - sprusso, JUL 12, 2010
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