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REX Development


 

Economic Development Corporation of New Haven

REX Development offers a full range economic development services in Greater New Haven, Connecticut.  Call 203-821-3682 to start the conversation.  Created in 1996, REX was formed as the economic development entity for the fifteen towns served by the South Central Regional Council of Governments (SCRCOG).
 
REX Region
REX territory is a vibrant region of small cities, suburbs and rural communities situated between New York and Boston. The region encompasses all of the cities and towns between Milford to Meriden to Madison.
 
How We Can Help
Want help in expanding your business or relocating here? Need advice on finding a great job nearby? Want to connect with other professionals that share your passion? Ask REX.
Click here to download the latest REX brochure.
 
 
Photos courtesy of Yale University
 
   
The Economic Development Corporation of New Haven is a private, non-profit organization, dedicated to business and economic development within the city of New Haven CT.  Contact us at 203-785-1000.
 
EDC Mission
To enhance the thriving business environment in New Haven by securing and expanding the City’s diverse business base, attracting new businesses and additional capital investment, as well as by retaining and attracting our diverse workforce and intellectual capital.
  • Business Retention and Expansion
  • Business Attraction
  • Neighborhood Business Development

What’s Happening at the City of New Haven

In the News

LATEST MEDIA NEWS

In an area populated with innovators, entrepreneurs and engaged local government, news related to economic development is produced at a fast and furious rate.  Below is a sampling of newsworthy announcements and events.  For your convenience the primary contact for each document is provided.  REX is also available to supply additional details.



August 2014

New Haven Register: New Haven's River Street district redevelopment progressing, housing eyed. Read More

July 2014

New England Real Estate Journal: The power is on in Wallingford...with low and dependability. Read More

Smarter Travel: New Haven among "Top Ten Best Small Cities on the Rise". Read More

New Haven Independent: City-Wide Open Studios Expands. Read More

New Haven Independent: A Brewery, A Blessing & A Boom For Branford. Read More

New Haven Independent: Women's Fitness Mission Heads To Newhallville. Read More

New Haven Register: Connecticut ranks 3rd best in nation for women to live and work. Read More

The Courant: Yale-New Haven Tops Connecticut Hospitals In Magazine's Latest Ranking. Read More

  

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Upcoming Events

New Haven Chamber - Score Business Counseling
August 25, 2014 (11:00 am - 2:00 pm)
GNHCC | First Niagara, LGNH Info Session
August 25, 2014 (5:30 pm - 6:30 pm)
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SCRCOG DEMOGRAPHIC & SOCIOECONOMIC TRENDS REPORT
Click here to download the South Central Regional Council of Governments' Demographic and Socioeconomic Trends report. 
 
Click here to access the SCRCOG Interactive Map Gallery.
  • Urbanized Areas
  • Population Density
  • Population Change
  • Municipalities
  • Median Household Income
  • Median Home Value
  • Diversity Index

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2013 CEDS DOCUMENTS
You may download a copy of the document here or request a printed document by calling
203-821-3682 or emailing learnmore@rexdevelopment.org.



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