On June 15, 2022

Open House scheduled for Housing Trust of Rutland County’s new location

Housing Trust of Rutland County (HTRC) has relocated to 27 Wales St., Suite 201 in downtown Rutland. HTRC will hold an open house and annual meeting on Thursday, June 30 from 4-6 p.m. The open house and annual meeting are open to the public.

Housing Trust of Rutland County’s Open House and Annual Meeting will include tours of the new location, a ribbon-cutting, a brief presentation and election of board members for the next year. Their new space is the former home of the Rutland Herald and has been completely remodeled by owners The Belden Company. Hors d’oeuvres will also be available.

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The Housing Trust of Rutland County is relocated to the former Rutland Herald building.

“We are excited to share our new space with the public,” said Mary Cohen, HTRC Executive Director “part of our mission is to transform vacant spaces and give them new life, which is what has happened with our new office space.”

Housing Trust of Rutland County was previously located in the historic Tuttle Building on Center Street. That former space is being transformed in to three new affordable apartments, bringing the total to 16 apartments, in addition to two first floor retail spaces currently occupied by Wonderfeet Kids Museum and Triller Print Source and Services.

HTRC is requesting an RSVP for their June 30 open house and annual meeting, this can be done by calling Penny Inglee, 802-775-3139 ext. 218 or pinglee@housingrutland.org.

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