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The Department of Housing & Urban Development issues a proposed rule that would amend its existing regulations pertaining to equal participation of faith-based organizations in HUD programs.
The additional $5 million in funding will go for the continued expansion of the Connecticut Technical High School System’s (CTHSS) manufacturing programs, as well as funds for a new extended-hours program.
Imagine what a group of residents and staff who care about their environment can do for a 26-year-old retirement community with 318,936 sq. ft. of space. With lighting upgrades, solar power, geothermal heating, low-flow plumbing and an ozone injection system, among other investments, the result is a resourceful use of water, chemicals and electricity in daily life.
The Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) is awarding four communities a combined $119.7 million to redevelop severely distressed public or HUD-assisted housing and bring comprehensive neighborhood revitalization to blighted areas.
The legislation prevents a developer from using the state’s affordable housing statute as basis for a lawsuit contending denial of application to develop a tract of land.
A new two-phase, $60 million development that broke ground this week at the edge of the Yale University campus in New Haven, CT, will transform a long-vacant and former rifle factory into a mixed-use development with housing and office space. The Winchester Lofts is being developed by Cleveland, O...
The project, which state officials describe as an important part of a larger revitalization effort in Norwalk, is aimed at creating more affordable housing opportunities in the city. It is a substantial rehabilitation of a vacant four-story building previously used as a skilled nursing facility.
Up to $100,000 in grant funding is available to organizations in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
The Small Business Administration plans to award an eligible entity operating in Connecticut nearly $900,000 in funding through the federal agency's Small Business Development Centers program.
Connecticut: The city of Hartford awards a $75,000 grant to the University of Hartford's Entrepreneurial Center to fund the Hartford Small Business Technical Assistance (SBTA) Program. The SBTA is part of the city's efforts to keep small businesses in Hartford via the city's One City, One Plan progr...