Data & Research

Housing Connecticut’s Future


National and local experts led by Fairfield County’s Center for Housing Opportunity and the Urban Institute published this groundbreaking report outlining current and future supply and demand for affordable and accessible housing throughout Connecticut.

The database breaks out housing metrics by race and income band and outlines housing needs at the town- and county-level, identifying where need is greatest. The report finds the state can accommodate its senior population and foster more efficient labor markets by producing, preserving, and protecting housing that is affordable and accessible.

“This comprehensive report will go a long way in helping Connecticut target and guide investment to those most at risk – like seniors and low-income families,” U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (CT) said of the report.

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