Projects

MILL RIVER

The City of New Haven’s Office of the Economic Development Administration (EDA) and the Economic Development Corporation (EDC) of New Haven have partnered in this economic and urban planning project for the Mill River light industrial district as part of Mayor DeStefano’s policy to promote a diverse economy with jobs at all skill levels. 

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HILL-TO-DOWNTOWN

This planning project will connect New Haven's Hill neighborhood with the Medical District and new downtown developments including Downtown Crossing, Union Station and the Coliseum site. 

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DOWNTOWN CROSSING/ ROUTE 34 EAST

This is the City of New Haven's plan to transform Route 34 East, from Union Avenue to Park Street in downtown, from highway stub to slower speed, city streets. These city streets will bridge the gap between New Haven's Downtown (its business, government, arts and entertainment, and education centers) and its Medical District and Hill neighborhoods. 

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ALEXION

Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and delivering life-transforming therapies for patients with severe and life-threatening rare diseases. Originally a Yale start-up, the company is returning to New Haven with 300 jobs (and adding 300 new jobs) at a 425,000 s.f. building now under construction in the medical district. 

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LIVE WORK LEARN PLAY

The New Haven Coliseum Redevelopment project will be one of the largest private developments in the history of the City, with approximately $362 million of private investment, and approximately $33 million in additional public infrastructure improvements. It will incorporate 1.1 million square feet of development on 4.85 acres of land. It is envisioned as a transit oriented, mixed-use, mixed-income, Smart Growth development that, once completed, will include 75,000 square feet of retail, up to 1,002 residential units, a 200,000 square foot class "A" office building, and a 160-190 room 4.5 star branded hotel and multi-functional center – all designed around a vibrant public square and community gathering place.

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Wooster Square / Water Street TOD Planning Study

The City of New Haven, in cooperation with the Economic Development Corporation of New Haven, is developing a transit-oriented development plan in the southern part of the Wooster Square and Water Street section of New Haven. Funded through a grant from the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, the project is intended to elevate and enhance transit-oriented development in the Wooster Square neighborhood and New Haven as a whole.

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