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Governor Outlines Plans to Support State's Affordable Housing Portfolio

CT Housing Finance Authority and the Department of Housing
 

Governor Dannel P. Malloy recently unveiled a major report outlining his plans to utilize $300 million in funding over the next 10 years to revitalize the more than 340 properties -- consisting of more than 13,800 units - that are part of the state's affordable housing collection known as the State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio (SSHP).

"Housing is a key component of our success to get Connecticut moving again, serving as an economic driver that will build strong neighborhoods, attract businesses, create jobs, and offer residents an attractive place to work and live," said Gov. Malloy.  "Unfortunately, Connecticut languished in its affordable housing commitments, and now is the time to revitalize these properties and strengthen our communities.  We are making the most significant commitment the state has made to affordable housing in decades."

The report -- "State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio Capital Plan" - will serve as a roadmap for the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) and the Connecticut Department of Housing (DOH) in planning and implementing of the revitalization of the SSHP. 

Click here to learn more about the State-Sponsored Housing Portfolio Capital Plan.

 

 
 

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