Video Report— Northeast Utilities  presented five Bridgeport non-profit organizations with more than $1.7 million in tax credits designed to promote construction of low- and fixed-income housing.

 “Quality affordable housing is such a priority in all cities and this financial assistance is such a boon,” said Mayor Bill Finch. “The non-profits do such important work on very tight budgets. Northeast Utilities’ assistance is greatly appreciated.”  

Tax credits were awarded to Neighborhood Trust, Inc. ($500,000); Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County ($429,000); Boston Avenue Supportive Housing (Alpha)($205,882); Seymour Hollander Apartments ($500,000), and Mutual Housing of Association ($100,000).

By Stephen Krauchick

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