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Governor Announces over $14m for Congregate Housing for Elderly

 

On April 18, 2013, Governor Malloy announced $14,655,817 in funding for three developments to help create 53 units of congregate elderly housing in Greenwich, Killingly, and Wilton.

The developments are as follow:

  • Hill House II, Greenwich — Hill House, Inc will receive a $7,464,053 grant to create 24 new units. These funds will leverage an additional $500,000 private grant to enable Hill House to expand its existing congregate facility of 38 units to reduce the waiting list for open units.
  • Maple Courts II, Killingly — The Killingly Housing Authority will receive a $1.5 million grant to expand its existing congregate facility to include six new congregate units, which will provide homes for people who have been on the facility’s waiting list. The new units will enhance the financial sustainability of the facility without significantly raising the rents of the existing units.
  • Wilton Commons II, Wilton — Mutual Housing of Southwestern Connecticut, Inc. will receive a $5,691,764 grant to create 23 new congregate units as part of the second phase of this development. MHASWCT has nearly completed the first phase of Wilton Commons, which consists of 51 units of affordable elderly units.


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