February 14, 2019

C4C lands $200K fund pledge

PHOTO | Contributed
PHOTO | Contributed
The Squire Village in East Hartford, an affordable housing complex, has 379 units.

A Hartford community-development nonprofit has won a five-year, $200,000 funding commitment from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation to protect more historic buildings in the state.

Capital for Change (C4C) said the money will finance the renovation of properties listed on the national, state or local Registers of Historic Places, or any building erected before 1936, by providing loans for affordable housing and community development activities.

C4C CEO Calvin B. Vinal said CTHP's investment will enable it "to reach more historic properties in our 169 cities and towns that are true gems from New England's past."

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