Former Inn Begins Transition to Apartment House
Louisa Hufstader
The former Clark House, a longtime inn on the Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road, is about to undergo renovations to become a year-round apartment building for Martha’s Vineyard residents.
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Bank Donates to IHT
Rockland Trust senior vice president Delos (Dee) Lander recently presented a check to the Island Housing Trust.
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Housing Trust Debuts Hanover House Project
Holly Pretsky

This month hospital employees will be able to live in renovated rooms in the former Hanover House in Vineyard Haven. A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new project was held Thursday afternoon.

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IHT Breaks Ground on New Affordable Housing Units
Landry Harlan
Community housing and town leaders dug into the dirt with green-tipped ceremonial shovels, some engraved with the names of completed housing developments.
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Two Familes and a Town Celebrate Home Ownership
Noah Asimow
A ribbon cutting at Smalley’s Knoll in Aquinnah Thursday marked continued progress for the affordable housing movement on the Vineyard.
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Island Housing Trust Raises $350,000
The Island Housing Trust’s seventh annual benefit brunch and screening of a documentary short, produced by IHT in collaboration with the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, was held at Farm Neck.
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Two Aquinnah Families Land Affordable Homes
Steve Myrick

Taylor and Sarah Ives, and James and Nancy Benoit won the right to buy affordable homes in a lottery held by the Aquinnah selectmen Tuesday.

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State Tax Credits Go to IHT

The Island Housing Trust will receive $150,000 in tax credits from the from the state community investment tax credit program.

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Affordable Housing Project Begins in Aquinnah
Steve Myrick

Aquinnah town officials and Island affordable housing leaders gathered Friday on a cold hilltop to break ground on a new affordable housing project.

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Tradesman Is Winner in Edgartown Housing Lottery
Sara Brown

Daniel Consoni, a 29-year-old Edgartown resident, won the right to buy a one-bedroom loft in downtown Edgartown in a lottery drawing Monday afternoon.

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