The Hartford Land Bank identifies and acquires vacant, abandoned, tax-delinquent and/or distressed properties in the City of Hartford, Connecticut, to steward their rehabilitation and return to productive community assets. Hartford Land Bank, Inc. is a non-profit corporation.

Properties

196 Homestead Avenue

196 Homestead Avenue

Coming SoonCirca 1915 “perfect six” brick Italianate six-family home. original cornice and window keystones. Walking distance to St Francis Hospital and Homestead Avenue business district, easy access to bus routes. See below for more information. Neighborhood: Upper...

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103 Earle Street

103 Earle Street

SOLD July 2021 Circa 1920 wood frame two-family home. Walking distance to Parker Memorial Community Center and Keney Park, easy access to bus routes. See below for more information.  Neighborhood: Northeast Property Type: Residential, 3 units Year Built: c. 1920...

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471 Garden Street

471 Garden Street

Sale Pending. Circa 1910 wood frame three-family home. Walking distance to Keney Park and Albany Avenue business district, easy access to bus routes. See below for more information.  Neighborhood: Clay Arsenal Property Type: Residential, 3 units Year Built: c....

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128 Edgewood Street

128 Edgewood Street

Sale Pending. Circa 1913 wood frame three-family home. Walking distance to St. Francis Hospital and Albany Avenue business district, easy access to bus routes. See below for more information.  Neighborhood: Upper Albany Property Type: Residential, 3 units Year...

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61 Charlotte Street

61 Charlotte Street

Sale Pending. Circa 1922 wood frame two-family home. Walking distance to Parker Memorial Community Center and Keney Park, easy access to bus routes. See below for more information.   Neighborhood: Northeast Property Type: Residential, 2 units Year Built: c. 1922...

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78 Martin Street

78 Martin Street

Circa 1900 wood frame single-family home. Walking distance to Parker Memorial Community Center and Keney Park, easy access to bus routes. See below for more information.  Neighborhood: Northeast Property Type: Residential, 1 unit Year Built: c. 1900 Zoning...

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How a Land Bank Works

Land banks are an efficient and effective system to eliminate blight. They identify, acquire, and maintain problem properties and then transfer them back to responsible ownership and productive use in accordance with local zoning and neighborhood goals and priorities.

Board & Staff

Our Board is comprised of local economic development and urban planning professionals, and neighborhood and community stakeholders. Our Executive Director is a nationally recognized expert on reclaiming vacant, abandoned, deteriorating and foreclosed properties.

Meetings

The Board of the Hartford Land Bank meets quarterly on the 4th Tuesday of the month.

Contact us to inquire about available properties.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Hartford Land Bank is to identify, acquire, and redevelop – directly or through partnership with government, nonprofit, and private sector partners – vacant, abandoned, tax-delinquent and/or distressed properties in the City of Hartford, where such redevelopment will: improve community and economic vitality of Hartford neighborhoods, ensure long-term sustainability of impacted properties, and enhance the quality of life for residents and businesses. Hartford Land Bank coordinates its activities with other community, regional and neighborhood partners that pursue objectives and goals complementary to that of Hartford Land Bank. The City of Hartford is a key partner and the Hartford Land Bank Executive Director will be the primary liaison to the City of Hartford.