Storrs Center master developers enter into an agreement to develop the first two phases of Storrs Center, a mixed-use town center project adjacent to the University of Connecticut.
The city is looking to partnerships with the region, state and the federal government to advance a transit district at Union Station, reclamation of Route 34 and mixed housing at Church Street South. via Partnerships eyed to further New Haven’s development plans – The New Haven Register. Also see Yale Daily News: In separate meetings
The Stonington Inland Wetlands Commission has approved a permit that developer David Lattizori needs to build a 37-lot subdivision on the Perkins Farm property off Jerry Browne Road.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal won a court injunction today that stops illegal logging in multiple Connecticut towns where extensive unpermitted tree harvesting – enough timber to build about 75 houses – has already caused significant environmental damage.
Developer Cogent Management has withdrawn its application for “Marina Village,” a mixed-use project at 142 Ferry Road that was to include 27 units of affordable housing. The proposed development included both commercial and residential structures on both sides of Ferry Road: a boat repair building, a 150-seat restaurant, 2,000 square feet of office space, a
WINSTED — The town’s Plan of Conservation and Development took one fairly sizable step towards being enacted Wednesday night, as the Board of Selectmen and the public had a chance to weigh in. via Winsted Selectmen sign off on Plan of Conservation and Development draft — with revisions – The Register Citizen.
Saving New Haven’s Stevens Street: Coalition aims to stop foreclosure cycle ruining urban neighborhoodsAug 24th, 2010 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news
Stevens Street is in the Hill section of the city, one of three neighborhoods where the Annie E. Casey Foundation is investing $500,000 to help rehabilitate 15 homes that will become affordable housing for individuals and families. The $500,000 went to the Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund, to boost the nonprofit’s Real Options Overcoming
This fall, in the first major building project that Simsbury has had in three years, a developer plans to break ground on the first phase of an outpatient medical facility called Dorset Crossing. The site is along Route 10 about a half-mile south of the Granby line. And in the spring, another developer hopes to