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Comptroller Lembo projects General Fund surplus of $482.3M

Comptroller Kevin Lembo expressed caution on rising housing costs.

Shelton elderly housing complex receiving $1.5M for upgrades

Sinsabaugh Heights offers housing for low income older adults ages 62+, or individuals who are certified disabled by Social Security Administration or other federal agency.

Monroe as just a ‘bedroom community’? Town leaders would strongly disagree

Zoning changes have enabled outdoor dining and mixed-use real estate developments.

Push begins to show benefits of housing construction

Welcome Home Westchester released its first white paper exploring Westchester’s need for housing that corresponds to the needs of its diverse communities and the financial rewards that flow from housing development.

WSHU scores with its reporting on disenfranchised immigrants

Production on “Everytown: The Hamptons” took eight months to complete.

CT Comptroller Lembo updates projection to a $306.9M general fund surplus

Lembo warned that declining affordable homeownership opportunities could drive younger residents out of state.

NY offers $7.8M for low-carbon upgrades in multifamily buildings

New York state has made available $7.8 million for its Low Carbon Pathways for Multifamily Buildings Program, in which building owners and managers will...

Lamont signs controversial zoning reform bill aimed at creating more fair...

Christie Stewart, director of Fairfield County’s Center for Housing Opportunity, said the legislation represents “an important step in ensuring that zoning decisions in our communities better reflect and uphold the values of inclusion and equity that so many Fairfield County and Connecticut residents stand behind."

Comptroller Lembo expands surplus projection to $470.5M

Lembo warned first-time buyers might be priced out of the housing market.

Stratford Mayor Hoydick praises town’s business community in weathering the pandemic

The mayor highlighted new corporate tenants, a strong housing market and infrastructure improvements.

Controversial zoning reform bill passed by Senate

Though he expressed some disappointment with some of the compromises taken to pass the bill, Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff (D-Norwalk) called it "a very important step on our road for Connecticut to shed itself from being the most segregated state in the nation."

CT House passes amended zoning reform bill – to no one’s...

“While this might be a watered-down version, this is a huge boot in the door for state control over our towns that would eliminate that uniqueness that makes Connecticut so special,” said Rep. Laura Devlin (R-Fairfield).

Study finds Fairfield County leads metro region in absorbing NYC exodus

Toms River, New Jersey, saw the highest year-over-year spike in home sales last year.

Pace Law to hold 2021 Hudson Valley Affordable Housing Summit

The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University will hold the fourth annual Hudson Valley Affordable Housing Virtual Summit May 11-12. The event will...

Fed Reserve exec spins positive picture at CBIA event – but...

“What is the biggest threat to our recovery? Ourselves,” CBIA President and CEO Chris DiPentima declared.