Posts Tagged ‘ Condon ’

Condon column on planning

Nov 15th, 2010 | By

When the recession began a couple of years ago, then-White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel urged the country not to let a serious crisis go to waste. He meant that the beleaguered economy could allow changes that before were thought impossible. Connecticut thus far has largely failed to take advantage of the crisis, and

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How To Revive Hartford, One Building At A Time

Sep 6th, 2010 | By

A year ago, the first tenants moved into the graceful seven-story building at 410 Asylum Street in downtown Hartford, a major step in what historical preservationists (and hockey announcers) call “a great save.” What was going to be a parking garage is instead a home to hundreds of people. A year later, it is well

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