New Haven Downtown Crossing Advances

Apr 20th, 2012 | By | Category: Transportation

After months of public debate and criticism, plans to start filling in the Route 34 Connector with new development sailed through the City Plan Commission Wednesday night.

In two separate actions, the commissioners gave their approval to the “Downtown Crossing” development and land disposition plans, paving the way for developer Carter Winstanley’s proposed biomedical building—called “100 College Street”—to straddle the filled-in mini-highway-to-nowhere just east of the Air Rights Garage. 100 College (pictured in above artist’s rendering) and the street changes surrounding it are the first phase of Downtown Crossing.

For more on this story, visit: Downtown Crossing Advances | New Haven Independent.

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