NEW HAVEN – A new rental development in the West River neighborhood will provide housing for those with below-average incomes, according to the NHP Foundation.
The $ 24.2 million development will include 56 apartments, many of which are below market rate, as well as a clubhouse, cafe and bakery, indoor parking, playground and community kiosk, according to a statement.
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