CT Main Street Center Seeks Pilot Communities

2/12/2016

CT Main Street is looking for prospective properties and developers for mixed-use adaptive re-use projects within downtowns or commercial neighborhood corridors to consider for pilots for their Come Home to Downtown Program. Since 2013, CT Main Street has assisted The City of Waterbury, City of Torrington, City of Middletown, City of Meriden, City of Norwich and the City of New Britain. Are you the next community or property owner to benefit from this exciting program?

 

Connecticut Main Street Center (CMSC) with the support of the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority has developed Come Home to Downtown (CHDT), a mixed-use real estate development program, which will provide selected communities and property owners with new tools for mixed-use development to assist in revitalizing mixed-use buildings in historic town centers throughout Connecticut. The primary goal is to rehabilitate these properties to include residential space on the upper floors over first-floor commercial space. The CHDT team works with property owners, municipalities and community leaders to establish a vision for revitalization. The team also helps owners to understand and access a variety of public and private financing options for their projects.

Below are 2016 Program details: 

For more information on past programs please visit their website.


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