State officials have announced investments of over $20 million to create six affordable housing developments across Connecticut.

The housing grants, which come from the most recent Competitive Housing Assistance for Multifamily Properties (CHAMP) funding by the Department of Housing (DOH), will assist in creating and rehabilitating 230 affordable units and 52 market-rate units.

The vacant six-story Teachers Corner development in Hartford will receive a DOH loan up to $4.2 million and CHFA is expected to provide an approximately $11 million construction loan. The project will create 60 new studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, including 18 affordable units, and ground floor retail space.

Stuart Farm Phase 2 Apartments in Kent will get a DOH loan up to $1.55 million. The development will consist of three one-bedroom and two two-bedroom apartments, including a handicap-accessible unit, as well as two units with a preference for low-income veterans.

Dwight Cooperative Housing on Edgewood Street in New Haven will receive a DOH loan up to $3.75 million for renovation. The 80-unit cooperative, constructed in the late 1960s, now contains only 27 habitable units due to disrepair and neglect. The units will serve a wide range of incomes, assuring a mixed-income sustainable development.

DOH will provide funding not to exceed $4 million to assist in the phase 1 redevelopment of Farnam Court in New Haven. Farnam Phase I will consist of the development of two five-story structures containing 94 residential units, as well as commercial space. The $4 million in state financing will leverage in excess of $35 million in non-state funding. The 94 new units will include 84 income-restricted units and 10 market-rate units.

DOH will loan up to $1.85 million to assist in the construction of six units of affordable family housing in Salisbury’s Sarum Village II. These units will be constructed on the existing Sarum Village site, and serve various income ranges.

Tolland’s Parker School Elderly Housing will receive a loan up to $4.6 million to redevelop the vacant former Parker School into 37 units of affordable senior housing. CHFA is expected to provide $1.3 million in tax-exempt bond funding. Two units will be set aside for low-income veterans.