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  • 2020 Project Team Awards Multi-Family Residential/Mixed-Use


    Connecticut Building Congress - Meriden Commons Phase II, in the large Multi-Family/Mixed Use category has been selected as the first-place winner in the 2020 Project Team Awards competition.


  • Home for the Braves Annual Event Sponsors


    COVID 19 - Annual sponsor for Home for the Brave's #GivingTuesdayNow as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The movement is currently focused on opportunities to give back to communities and causes in safe ways that allow for social connection and kindness even while practicing physical distancing.

  • Tenants Begin to Move into Meriden Commons Phase 1


    MERIDEN — Finishing touches are underway at Meriden Commons I, but about 15 families have already moved into the four-story apartment and commercial building at the corner of State and Mill streets. 

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  • Meriden Commons Set to Open their Doors


    MERIDEN — The developer of Meriden Commons I on State Street is accepting applications for the 75 apartments in the complex, which is expected to open in April.

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  • HCC Supports Hurricane Harvey Diaper Drive


    Did you know that diapers (for infants and adults) are not provided by disaster relief agencies? Unfortunately, infants, some adults, and senior citizens are often overlooked in a crisis or natural disaster.

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  • HCC Completes Fairfield Affordable Housing Project


    FAIRFIELD — Kathleen Falandys sat in her living room at the Pine Tree apartment complex. She’d just finished a physical therapy session — shaking her head she recalls how she fell retrieving some weights from a closet during an exercise class.

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  • HCC Giving Back


    On Tuesday, April 18, 2017 MHA celebrated another achievement with the Fairfield Commons II Groundbreaking Ceremony in Stamford CT.

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  • Winter Conditions Shows No Affect to HCC


    The hammers still clang, the saws still whir and the concrete still pours — even when the temperatures drop.

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