As of 2017, the seven home Mandalay building project was largest in the
Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys 25-year history.
The first house was completed in 2013. It is a 2-bedroom home and was sponsored by Whale Harbor. The Family is Al & Cynthia Delgado and their son AJ. He is in Security and she is in the Medical field.
The second house was cpmpleted in 2014 and it is also a 2-bedroom home. It was sponsored by Ocean Reef Club Foundation. The family is Mayke and Yesi Hernandez. He works for the Village and she is a Dental Assistant.
The third house was copmpleted in December of 2014 and it is a 3-bedroom home. It was sponsored by Caribee Boat Sales. The family is Noyde & Damary Hernandez. He works for the Village and she is a Bank Teller. They have twin boys and a teenage daughter.
The forth house was completed in April 2015 and was sponsored by Riva Motor Sports. It is a 3-bedroom house and the family is Patrick and Lyndie Meyers. He is a School Teacher and she is para-pro teacher. They have two children.
The fifth house was also completed in 2015 with Yoan Garcia & Karla Vaughn moving-in, in December. He is a Commercial Fisherman and she works for the Village of Islamorada. They have two children.
The sixth house was completed in June of 2017 for the Stubblefields family. Joe and Melissa, along with their son and daughter now live in their three-bedroom home in Key Largo.
The seventh 3-bedroom house was completed in August of 2017 for Wilfred Mollineda, Dolly Castro and their two sons. The house was sponsored by Snappers.