HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)- Today Governor Malloy announced how the state has spent over $60 million in funding for 14 affordable housing projects in the state. Malloy was joined be Evonne Klein, the Department of Housing Commissioner and Connecticut Housing Finance Authority Board Chairman. The money will fund projects that build and rehabilitate 851 affordable apartments and 246 market-rate units.
“We have done more in affordable housing over the past several years than Connecticut has in decades,” said Governor Malloy, “and this is yet another step in that direction. As we make smart investments today for a brighter Connecticut tomorrow, affordable housing is an integral part.”