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Old Posted Mar 1, 2015, 6:28 AM
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Thats fine , the thread should be renamed Greater Bridgeport and New Haven Area...
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Wow. Looks like New Haven has some good vibes going on.
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Metro-North opening temporary rail station in Milford
Frank Juliano
Updated 5:34 pm, Saturday, April 25, 2015



In preparation for work to begin on the Devon Bridge, Metro North workers construct a temporary train platform for passenger transfers between the Waterbury and New Haven lines in the Devon section of Milford, Conn. on Thursday, April 23, 2015. Photo: Brian A. Pounds

MILFORD -- Metro-North Railroad's temporary Devon station, which will be in use from May 4 into early October, is exactly that: temporary.

The open-air platform sits at the Y-shaped junction of tracks where the Waterbury Branch meets the main New Haven Line. There's no canopy, no restrooms, no ticket machines and no parking.

The state's Rail Transportation Plan, covering 2012-16, mentions a permanent Metro-North station in Devon, but this is not it.

But the two, four-car-length platforms -- one on the branch and one on Track 3 with a walkway connecting them -- are a key piece of a major upgrade to the Waterbury Branch.
http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/W...#photo-7867657

Note that the Proposed Permanent Station which is part of the Waterbury Branch upgrade will not be located on the Wye but few hundred feet east of it.

Devon Permanent Plans
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Old Posted May 3, 2015, 12:19 PM
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Studios Planned Above Crown Street Garage

by Aliyya Swaby | Apr 16, 2015 12:58 pm


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The empty space above the parking garage next to BAR restaurant will soon become studio and loft apartments for lease.

The City Plan Commission Wednesday night reviewed and approved Metro 260 LLC’s site plans for the 12-unit, 9,325 square-foot, second-story space, which was originally designed for parking. The apartment complex does not yet have a name and lawyers said they did not know the estimated price range of the apartments.
Read More Here : http://www.newhavenindependent.org/i...street_garage/
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Old Posted May 21, 2015, 8:43 AM
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Plan to convert Harold’s site in New Haven into apartments unveiled


Members of the Downtown-Wooster Square Management Team were shown a proposal on Tuesday from a development group looking to transform the old Harold’s Bridal Shop location on Elm Street into a five-story apartment building featuring ground-level retail space. Evan Lips - New Haven Register

By Evan Lips, New Haven Register

Posted: 05/19/15, 10:21 PM EDT | Updated: 23 hrs ago

NEW HAVEN >> Members of the Downtown-Wooster Square Management Team were shown a proposal on Tuesday from a development group looking to transform the old Harold’s Bridal Shop location on Elm Street into a five-story apartment building featuring ground-level retail space.

The site plan for 19 Elm St., unveiled by representatives from MOD Equities, calls for the creation of a mix of 46 one bedroom, two bedroom and duplex units.

Attorney Gregory P. Muccilli of Shipman & Goodwin LLP, counsel for MOD, said the building is envisioned to cater to the “kind of people who desire to walk, bike or use the train station to commute to work.”

The preliminary plan features 21 on-site parking spaces along with 40 secure bike storage spaces.

“We envision balconies with borrowed light, a rooftop deck and a common space where residents can congregate,” Muccilli said. “Our proposal for 19 Elm St. creates a desirable residential development in keeping with the neighborhood feel.
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Old Posted May 24, 2015, 7:00 AM
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Small Update from New Haven on Friday


Downtown New Haven,Connecticut
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Gateway Community College


Downtown New Haven,Connecticut
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Alexion Corporate HQ


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Downtown New Haven,Connecticut
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College Street Apartment complex


Downtown New Haven,Connecticut
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Downtown New Haven,Connecticut
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Some misc Downtown shots..


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Developer plans $57M mixed-use project in Bridgeport

Early plans have surfaced that would see a Westport developer build a $57 million project of 1,200 apartments, restaurants, a waterfront promenade and a 205-slip marina in Bridgeport’s South End.


A rendering of the proposed mixed-use development at 60 Main St. in Bridgeport.
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Locals Picked To Build By The River

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‘Bold’ Vision Calls For 19-Story Hotel-Apartment Building In Derby

A rendering of what the hotel could look like from the south (Main Street looking toward the Derby Green)

by Eugene Driscoll | Aug 4, 2015 2:22 pm

Could a 19-story hotel-apartment combo be the spark Derby needs to revitalize downtown?

Seymour architect Joseph Migani and former Derby Mayor Anthony Staffieri think so.

Staffieri and his family own Plaza on the Green, a 70s-era retail/office building (with a standalone bar/restaurant) on about an acre of land on the south side of the Derby Green at 101 Elizabeth St.

Migani is considering purchasing the property and redeveloping it into a combination “boutique” hotel and “millennial” housing.

It’s an estimated $50 million project, Migani told members of the Derby Planning and Zoning Commission during an “informal” presentation July 21.
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Developer Eyes Rebuilding 3 Blocks In The Hill

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Does anyone have a rendering of the new grad student residences being built by Yale at 272 Elm Street? All I've found online is this single image from some random wordpress:https://designvisualization.wordpres...-grad-housing/

EDIT: ugh how can I make the image smaller?

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