The governor has announced that more than $49 million in state funding will go toward developing hundreds of units of affordable housing in several Connecticut communities and his office said the State Bond Commission is expected to approve the plan.
“Helping all Connecticut residents afford high-quality housing in the community of their choice supports families, kickstarts the economy, and makes neighborhoods vibrant places to live and work,” Gov. Ned Lamont said in a statement.
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Following are the projects the funding would go to support:
- Parkside Phase 1, 67 Units, $3,795,000
- New Horizons Expansion, 22 Units, $2.2 million
- Martin Luther King Apartments, 155 Units, $4 million
- Northeast Hartford Affordable Housing II, 78 Units, $2.7 million
- Westbrook Village Phase IV, 60 Units, $3.9 million
- 340+ Dixwell, 69 Units, $3,358,000
- Hill Central Phase I, 64 Units, $2,831,200
- MLK/Tyler, 56 Units, $3,320,000
- Richard Street Apartments, 23 Units, $2,000,000
- Cedar Pointe, 72 Units, $4 million
- Lascana Homes, 46 Units, $3.6 million
- Sarum Village Phase III, 10 Units, $1.5 million
- Woodland Springs II, 79 Units, $4 million
- Lawnhill Terrace 4, 34 Units, $1,625,000
- Linden, 44 Units, $3,775,000
- Hevrin Terrace, 90 Units, $2,664,000