Micro-Lofts Planned for Mixed-Use Preservation Project in Historic Green Street Locale

Using historic preservation tax credits, developer Brian Lyman will develop 38 Green St. into apartments and restaurant space. (Courtesy Bryan Lyman)


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NEW LONDON -- The owner of a building on Green Street that briefly housed a Black-owned lending institution and civic group in the 1920s will use tax credits to renovate the structure into “micro-lof...

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