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DOH Awards $18M for Revitalizing State Sponsored Affordable Housing

Office of Governor Malloy

On Wednesday, August 26, 2015, Governor Malloy and Commissioner Evonne Klein of the Department of Housing (DOH) announced $17,960,000 in funding for ten affordable housing developments in the State Sponsored Housing Portfolio (SSHP). The funding is one part of the ten-year, $300 million SSHP Initiative administered by the DOH and the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) to rehabilitate over 340 properties.

The list of projects to be funded in this announcement:

  • Tiffany Place, Brooklyn Housing Authority- $2,047,000 to rehabilitate two vacant buildings with 27 units.
  • Fairfield Ridge Apartments, Danbury - $2,500,000 to rehabilitate the apartments which have a total of 58 units.
  • Hamden Village, Hamden Housing Authority - $2,805,000 to rehabilitate Hamden Village and Hamden Village Extension.
  • Jack Schaffer Apartments, Hartford - $950,000 to rehabilitate the 10 unit development.
  • Rye Field Manor, Old Lyme - $2,057,000 to rehabilitate their 13 building, 39 unit affordable elderly development.
  • Cedar Village, Keleher Park, New Meadow Village, Newington Housing Authority - $2,495,000 to rehabilitate 106 affordable elderly units.
  • Pitkat Congregate Living Center, Vernon Housing Authority - $3,913,000 to rehabilitate 43 units.
  • Liberty Hall Apartment, Waterbury - $1,192,000 to rehabilitate 16 units.

Click here to read the full press release. 


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