New housing marks progress in Midd

Officials of Summit Properties, one of the largest housing proposals in the history of Middlebury, gave the town selectboard a progress report on Tuesday.

Local projects get tax-credit boost

The Agency of Commerce & Community Development on Monday announced more than $4 million in tax incentives to support 31 rehabilitation and revitalization projects throughout Vermont’s designated downtown and village centers — including three projects here … (read more)

218-unit housing project now under review

The Middlebury Development Review Board on Monday, Sept. 25, conducted its first review of preliminary plan by Summit Properties to build a 218-unit, mixed-income housing project on 35 acres of Middlebury College-owned land off Seminary Street Extension.

New housing in Middlebury wins $6M

The Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) on Monday awarded Summit Properties $6,075,405 to help drive down the costs of building 30-40 units of for-sale “workforce” housing.

Plan filed for big Middlebury housing project

The starting gun has officially been fired on the financing and review of a project that would bring 150-250 units of new mixed-income housing to Middlebury.