Gov. Lamont announced over 26 million for remediation and development to properties across Connecticut

The funds will be used to redevelop 22 properties in 17 towns and cities.

Nicole Alarcon Soares

Jun 14, 2024, 8:59 PM

Updated 37 days ago

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Connecticut officials are allocating $26 million to redevelop properties around the state for productive reuse.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced the state grants on Friday in Norwalk.
The funds will be used to redevelop 22 properties in 17 towns and cities.
"Our efforts to take all these blighted buildings, old shopping centers, excess commercial properties, former factories, that's what we are turning into residential and bringing cities and towns back to life," said Lamont.
Lamont said the project will create more than a thousand jobs and create over 300 housing units, including 148 affordable units.
For more information on the cities and towns selected for Connecticut's Brownfield Remediation and Development Program, click here.


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