The long-awaited groundbreaking for Washington Village in Norwalk, CT, was held Nov. 28, with many state dignitaries joining the city’s mayor, Trinity Financial personnel, Norwalk Redevelopment staff, Connecticut and Norwalk Housing Authority officials, and Washington Village Resident Council members, among others. The complex now has 136 units. It is the oldest public housing in Connecticut, shows its age, and suffered severe damage from flooding during Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The new site will be flood resistant. Phase One, scheduled for completion in March 2018, will provide 80 of the 273 units planned. In the end, the site will have 136 public housing units (completely replacing existing units). The other 137 units will provide a mix of affordable and market rate.
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