20-28 Sargeant Street Hartford, Connecticut 06105 860-244-9390 info@ninahartford.org
For Sale!
Our latest additions to the Asylum Hill neighborhood, 51 Ashley Street and 55 Ashley Street are now on the market.  Call us at 860-244-9390 for more information or to arrange a private showing!

The 2014 Summer Walking Tour Series

Next Wednesday, July 30, marks the final tour of the Summer Walking Tour series.  It will be led by Frank Hagaman, and he will introduce you to the "Street Where He Lives."  The tour will cover Farmington Avenue, and Frank will highlight the history, the architecture, and the future along this important route in Hartford.

Please note:  this tour will begin in front of Ahern Funeral Home, on the northeast corner of the intersection of Farmington and Sigourney.

For more information, check out our dedicated Summer Walking Tour Series page.


 Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance
Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance, Inc. (NINA) is a not-for-profit corporation organized in 2003 to foster the revitalization of Hartford's Asylum Hill neighborhood.  NINA is a collaborative effort of four major institutions working together with residents on the common goal of improving Asylum Hill.  Our mission is to serve as a catalyst for reinvestment in Asylum Hill by enhancing public safety, homeownership, economic development, and education throughout the neighborhood.


Are You HIP?
NINA administers the homeownership incentive programs (HIPs) of Aetna and Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center.  This program offers an incentive to employees who are interested in living in Hartford -- why Hartford?  Aside from being a great place to live, HIP offers the opportunity to save the world and green the planet.

Revitalizing Asylum Hill
As part of our revitalization work, NINA has rehabilitated eighteen historic properties for homeownership in the Sigourney Square District of Asylum Hill. We're working now in the Nook Farm District as well, and we're looking forward to the completion of our first project there later this year.