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MichaelQReilly

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http://www.ninahartford.org/index.html

I wanted to draw everyone's attention to an organization that I learned about recently. NINA is renovating and selling historic homes in Assylum Hill.

My best friend and his wife both work downtown and they are purchasing a two family. The great thing is that the rent from the other unit combined with all of the tax credits that the property gets means that they will be living in the home almost for free.

Also, for those of us who have been wondering why area businesses haven't done more to help thier workers live in the city, this project seems like a huge step in the right direction, although much more is needed.

Has anyone else heard of this project?

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http://www.ninahartford.org/index.html

I wanted to draw everyone's attention to a new organization that I learned about recently. NINA is renovating and selling historic homes in Assylum Hill.

My best friend and his wife both work downtown and they are purchasing a two family. The great thing is that the rent from the other unit combined with all of the tax credits that the property gets means that they will be living in the home almost for free.

Also, for those of us who have been wondering why area businesses haven't done more to help thier workers live in the city, this project seems like a huge step in the right direction, although much more is needed.

Has anyone else heard of this project?

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Sounds like a great orginization. Does anyone know if MassMutual is still a supporter since they left the city and if ING will still be a supporter when they are in Windsor??

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I've heard of NINA but honestly had no idea what they did. Thanks for the info....

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http://www.ninahartford.org/index.html

I wanted to draw everyone's attention to an organization that I learned about recently. NINA is renovating and selling historic homes in Assylum Hill.

My best friend and his wife both work downtown and they are purchasing a two family. The great thing is that the rent from the other unit combined with all of the tax credits that the property gets means that they will be living in the home almost for free.

Also, for those of us who have been wondering why area businesses haven't done more to help their workers live in the city, this project seems like a huge step in the right direction, although much more is needed.

Has anyone else heard of this project?

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Sounds like a great orginization. Does anyone know if MassMutual is still a supporter since they left the city and if ING will still be a supporter when they are in Windsor??

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