• Pat Marshall
    New Neighborhoods, Inc. (NNI)

    is founded by the Council of Churches and Synagogues with the goal of alleviating Stamford’s critical shortage of affordable housing.

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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Apartments

    New Neighborhoods’ first property opens, providing 88 families with affordable rental housing.

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  • West Side Revitilization plan
    West Side Revitalization Plan

    With community support, New Neighborhoods develops a comprehensive West Side revitalization plan for Federal funding.

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  • Carwin Park
    Carwin Park

    Park opens and is dedicated for use by West Side residents – New Neighborhoods files federal funding application for park development adjoining MLK Apartments.

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  • 42 Ann Street
    42 Ann Street

    New Neighborhoods develops its first home ownership units with the purchase and renovation of a two-unit house.

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  • Richmond Hill
    Richmond Hill

    Seven dilapidated brick row-homes are transformed into attractive homeownership condominiums.

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  • Ann Street Ownership
    Ann Street Ownership

    New Neighborhoods converts another deteriorated two-family house into four 2-bedroom homeownership units.

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  • Linden Place and Ann Street
    Linden Place and Ann Street

    Linden Place (ten units) and Ann Street (six units) condominiums are completed and sold to income-qualified buyers.

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  • Linden Terrace
    Linden Terrace

    Linden Terrace Condominiums (six units) opens.

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  • Elmcroft Condominiums
    Elmcroft Condominiums

    New Neighborhoods’ First Development in Stamford’s South End. Elmcroft Condominiums opens with twelve units of owner-occupied housing for income-qualified families.

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  • Mill River Townhouses
    Mill River Townhouses

    New Neighborhoods develops and opens 28 condominium units for first-time homebuyers on Stamford’s West Side.

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  • River Vista Condominiums
    River Vista Condominiums

    Ten units of affordable ownership housing, and New Neighborhoods’ first modular development opens on Clinton Avenue adjacent to the Mill River.

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  • Waterside Green Condominiums
    Waterside Green Condominiums

    Waterside Green Condominiums opens, a successful joint-venture with Fairfield 2000, with 95 award-winning owner-occupied units in Stamford’s South End.

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  • Belltown Manor New Neighborhoods
    Belltown Manor

    Belltown Manor opens. New Neighborhoods completes its conversion of the former Belltown School into 27 affordable rental units for senior residents.

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  • Atlantic Apartments
    Atlantic Apartments

    The Atlantic Apartments open with 28 renovated and new units of LIHTC rental housing for individuals and seniors.

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  • Stillwater heights apartments
    Stillwater Heights Apartments

    Stillwater Heights Apartments open with 15 renovated and new two and three bedroom units of LIHTC rental housing for families.

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  • Supported Transitional housing
    Supported-Transitional Housing

    As a consultant to Pacific House, New Neighborhoods assists with the financing and development of 17 Berkeley Street into ten SRO units for the homeless.

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  • Child Development Center at MLK Jr. Apartments
    Child Development Center

    A state-of-the-art child development center is opened on the premises of Martin Luther King, Jr. Apartments.

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  • Friendship house apartments
    Friendship House

    New Neighborhoods and Mutual Housing Association of Southwestern Connecticut (MHA) partner to purchase a 121-unit midrise of affordable family rental housing.

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  • 53 Clinton Avenue
    53 Clinton Avenue

    New Neighborhoods renovates a historic single-family rental home in the proposed Mill River corridor.

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  • Frankling Place apartments
    Franklin Place

    Franklin Place is completed and opens, providing four affordable owner-occupied condominiums.

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  • Ribbon cutting for rededication of MLK Jr, Apartments
    MLK, Jr. Apartments

    MLK, Jr. Apartments, is rededicated following completion of renovations and upgrades with $11 million HUD/FHA-insured refinancing from KeyCorp Capital Markets, the first significant rehabilitation since 1972.

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  • Tenant advocate program
    Tenant Advocate Program Launches

    A full-time coordinator, contracted through Family Centers, connects residents of New Neighborhoods with community resources and programs that can help them set and achieve goals to improve their lives and neighborhoods.

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  • Madison Smith Apartments ribbon cutting
    Madison Smith Apartments

    Madison Smith Apartments opens 10 units. Its name honors Neighborhood Services’ Executive Director, the driving force in the project’s development. Received the Connecticut Community Development Association’s Partnership Award.

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  • Samuel's Court apartments in Danbury
    Samuel’s Court

    Samuel’s Court opens in Danbury – 28 supportive rental housing units. New Neighborhoods’ first property outside Stamford developed with LIHTC funding in partnership with Alderhouse Communities.

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  • Fair Street Apartments in Norwalk
    Fair Street Apartments

    New Neighborhoods acquires Norwalk building and adds a Community Room and Management Office. The 57-unit affordable rental housing building includes units for veterans and homeless.

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  • Ribbon cutting at Friendship house apartments
    Friendship House Apartments

    New Neighborhoods and Mutual Housing complete a $15 million LIHTC-funded rehabilitation, preserving 121 units of affordable rental housing.

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  • Interior view of kitchen at a tenant property
    Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)

    New Neighborhoods acquires and rehabs four bank-owned condominium properties, which are sold to low-and moderate-income families.

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  • Marshall Commons property in Stamford
    Marshall Commons

    Marshall Commons opens. 50 units of LIHTC affordable housing. New Neighborhoods’ first rooftop solar panels. Received the Stamford 2030 Platinum Award for Leadership in Sustainability, and the Connecticut Community Development Partnership Award.

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  • Men and women cutting a red ribbon for Elmcrest Terrace
    Elmcrest Terrace

    Elmcrest Terrace Opens. The rehabilitated former nursing home provides 18 units of supportive rental housing for parenting women in addiction recovery. New Neighborhoods assumes property management role.

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  • Westgate apartment complex rendering for Bridgeport CT
    Westgate Apartments

    New Neighborhoods partners with BNT in the LIHTC-funded development of a Bridgeport site that provides 48 units of mixed-income rental housing, 38 of them affordable.

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  • Men and women installing solar panels on a rooftop
    Rooftop Solar Arrays

    Samuel’s Court and Fair Street Apartments rooftop solar arrays at 50 kW each are installed under power purchase agreement with the Connecticut Green Bank.

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  • Thermo Power Co gen Units at MLK Apartments
    Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments

    Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments installs new energy plant including co-generation (CHP) unit, which provides heat, hot water and electricity to the building, providing guaranteed cost savings.

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