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Hartford, Conn. Mayor Luke Bronin said: “Supporting the rehabilitation of historic properties while promoting affordable homeownership with a leading community organization like NINA will improve quality of life for the entire neighborhood and complement our efforts citywide to add and improve our housing stock.” (Source: The Hartford) Hartford, Conn. Mayor Luke Bronin said: “Supporting the rehabilitation of historic properties while promoting affordable homeownership with a leading community organization like NINA will improve quality of life for the entire neighborhood and complement our efforts citywide to add and improve our housing stock.” (Source: The Hartford)

The Hartford is bestowing a $1 million grant to the Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (NINA) to make homeownership more accessible in the Asylum Hill neighborhood of Hartford, Conn., which is where the company is headquartered.

In conjunction with other funding sources, including from the Capital Region Development Authority as well as Connecticut’s Historic Home Rehabilitation tax credits, the funding will be used for the renovation of approximately 24 houses, according to the insurance company. The projects will include single-family and multi-unit dwellings.

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