Trumbull and Norwalk score state funding for affordable housing projects

TRD New York /
Dec.December 28, 2017 12:16 PM

The state of Connecticut’s Department of Housing will furnish up to $4.09 million for the renovation of Norwalk’s 86-unit St. Paul’s Flax Hill Cooperative, a 4.35-acre site made up of 10 two- and three-story buildings, the Fairfield Business Journal reported. Trumbull’s 186-unit Stern Village Apartments development will get $5,286,139 from the state for energy-efficient renovations. Norwalk and Trumbull were among ten Connecticut towns that received funding from the state to support the development of affordable housing. [FBJ]


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