Development

Development Deal Reached for Storrs Downtown Project

Sep 23rd, 2010 | By

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.



Partnerships eyed to further New Haven’s development plans

Sep 23rd, 2010 | By

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

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Wetlands permit approved for Mystic subdivision

Sep 15th, 2010 | By

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.



AG, DEP Win Injunction To Stop Illegal Logging

Aug 30th, 2010 | By

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 Withdraws OS Affordable Housing Plan

Aug 30th, 2010 | By

Developer Cogent Management has withdrawn its application for “Marina Village,” a mixed-use project at 142 Ferry Road that was to include 27 units of affordable housing.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

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Winsted Selectmen sign off on POCD draft

Aug 26th, 2010 | By

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 neighborhoods

Aug 24th, 2010 | By

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

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Simsbury: Two mixed-use projects underway

Aug 24th, 2010 | By

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

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