Governor Dannel P. Malloy, joined by Department of Housing Commissioner Evonne Klein, and state and local officials, today announced $4,973,865 in Main Street Investment Fund (MSIF) grants to 14 municipalities across Connecticut. The program, administered through the State Department of Housing, provides funding to develop or improve town commercial districts, attract small businesses, and improve pedestrian access and livability in town centers.

The Main Street Investment Fund provides financial incentives to eligible municipalities as well as owners of commercial private properties for expenditures that directly support and enhance a qualified project. Awards are not more than $500,000 and can be used for expenses such as building improvements, signage, lighting, and streetscape improvements. 

To view the list of winners, click the link below.

Gov. Malloy: Main Street Investments Support Downtown Revtialization and Economic Development