Rain misted down on the REHBEL crew as they stood in the newly opened space. Reveling in the payoff of three years of planning and the $150k it took to pull off.

As the sun rose over REHBEL, an excavator demolished two oddly placed rundown homes, which divided REHBEL’s property. In the time span of 3 hours the land was cleared, opening it back up to its original state in 1895 before they were built.

“When life gives you an obstacle, you find a way through it,” states REHBEL’s founder.

The move highlights the fact that REHBEL is constantly growing and expanding. Striving towards perfection. “There’s a draw to it, I’ve walked past the site at least 20 times since they’ve come down.”


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