From Delaware Business Times
Gov. John Carney and the Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) on Thursday announced that eight new downtown revitalization projects in Milford, Dover and Wilmington will receive $4.6 million in rebate funding through Delaware’s Downtown Development Districts (DDD) program.
Established in May 2014, the DDD program was created to spur private capital investment in commercial business districts and other neighborhoods and stimulate job growth and improve the commercial vitality of cities and towns.
Since 2015, the program has leveraged $29.3 million in rebates toward $551 million in private investment in designated downtown districts in all three counties.
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