Anthony Johnson

Armstrong Court Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

The Housing Authority of the Town of Greenwich (HATG) will hold the ribbon-cutting ceremony of 18 new construction townhouse units contained in six buildings representing Phase 1 of the overall Armstrong Court redevelopment project. The event is open to the public and will take place on Saturday, June 13, at 10 a.m. “This is a transformative step in advancing the quality of affordable housing for the Town of Greenwich. We welcome the public to come and tour the new units,” said Anthony Johnson, Executive Director of the Housing Authority. “We are committed to providing the opportunity to live in quality, affordable housing through fiscally responsible asset management of our resources, and these 18 units are an exceptional example of our capabilities.” read more...

Housing Authority Receives Tax Credit Award

The Housing Authority of the Town of Greenwich (HATG) was recently notified that it was awarded almost $10.5 million in tax credits from the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA), which is the allocating agency for the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program in Connecticut. CHFA provides tax credits to developers who best meet the State’s criteria and goal of providing affordable housing to residents. The proceeds from the sale of credits, to investors, will contribute $10.5 million in equity towards the $22 million gut rehabilitation of 42 apartments at Armstrong Court. The 144-unit Armstrong Court redevelopment project will consist of at least 4 phases. Phase 1, construction of 18 new townhomes is near completion. Phase 2, rehabilitation of three of the six existing buildings totaling 42 units starts construction in late summer. Phase3, a single large building of 42 units will start construction in the fall. Each phase of development is expected to take approximately 12 months, and no existing residents will be relocated outside of the property, Phases 1 through 3 represents an investment of $54 million at Armstrong Court. read more...