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    Atwater Project: Mary Wade Ė Atwater Project: Funds are being requested for the subsidiary MWH Holdings to renovate ...
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    Huntington/Newhall Project: Habitat for Humanity of Greater New Havenís 300 Newhall and 432 Huntington Street projects: The projects ...
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    Click image to view and read more. Richard Street Project: Mutualís Richard Street Project, 7-9 & 15-17 Richard St.: This project is a rehabilitation construction ...
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    Continum of Care: This project involved the complete gut rehabilitation of the blighted building known as 34 Batter Terrace. ...
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    Fairlawn Manor Project - Neighborhood Housing Services: NHS acquired thirty-six (36) housing units, otherwise known as Fairlawn Manor, to rehabilitate and convert ...
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    Orchard Street Redevelopment Project Phase I (Beulah Land Development Corporation): Orchard Street Project (65 Henry Street, 692 Orchard Street, 697 Orchard Street and 709 Orchard Street) ...
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    Click image to view and read more. Three Sisters Condominiums: Three Sisters Condominium includes 12 Homeownership units (6 units are affordable (80% AMI) units and ...
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    Click image to view and read more. Neighborhood Stabilization Project: he HUD Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA) approved July 30, 2008 appropriates $3.92 billion ...
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    Click image to view and read more. Quinnipiac Terrace Phase I, Phase II and Phase III: Quinnipiac Terrace Revitalization was a multi-year and multi-phase project that lasted five (5) years ...
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