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Vessel Technologies is progressing on assembly of its first attainably priced housing development in Connecticut

Vessel Technologies Goes Vertical with First Connecticut Project

Vessel Technologies, Inc., a mission-driven housing product company and franchisor that provides communities, institutions, and developers with high-quality, sustainable and attainably priced homes, is off the ground at 174 Bank St. in New London, CT.

Assembly of the five-story building, which marks Connecticut’s first Vessel, recently passed the halfway point, with work on the fourth story now underway. Vessel utilizes product design concepts intended to shave months and even years from traditional construction timelines and will complete the building in less than a year from its groundbreaking.

The company and the City of New London celebrated their partnership, which brings 30 new rental apartments to the city’s resurgent downtown, with a brief event on the site Friday.


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