Connecticut’s lagging residential construction hurts affordable housing supply, experts say
CT Insider | Ginny Monk
Shaurice Bacon feels stuck in her housing, an apartment with not-quite-enough space for her family.
She’s lived in public housing in Bridgeport for two decades. She’s looked for other low-cost apartments, applied to housing choice voucher programs and explored rent-to-own options. She’s widened her search to include Hartford, New Haven, New Britain and anywhere in Fairfield County.
But she hasn’t found anything available in her price range.