Monthly Archives: July 2012

Downtown New Haven Changes Attract Major Tenant

[caption id="attachment_1148" align="alignleft" width="550"] Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy at the Alexion announcement | Photo: New Haven Independent[/caption] Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy has announced that Alexion, a large biotech company currently based in Cheshire, Connecticut, will relocate its global headquarters to New Haven. Alexion is set to receive up to $51 million in incentives…
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A new look for New Haven Green

Picnic tables, splash pool on the New Haven Green? Imagine it, speakers say NEW HAVEN — Imagine the Green alive with entertainment, food vendors, lots of seating, colorful flowers and maybe even some umbrellas for shade during the day. There could be chess and checker games ready to be played, along with ping-pong tables. A…
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Zinc offers education in eating

[caption id="attachment_1140" align="alignleft" width="220"] Zinc receives accolades in BostonGlobe.com for education in eating[/caption] Another reason to <3 nh - BostonGlobe.com recently mentioned New Haven restaurants Miya's  and Zinc as restaurants that offer education in eating. As chef and co-owner of the restaurants Zinc and Kitchen Zinc, Denise Appel has led the farm-to-table movement in the…
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New Haven’s ‘Downtown Crossing’ A Decade-Old Dream

By KENNETH R. GOSSELIN, kgosselin@courant.com | The Hartford Courant | 10:21 AM EDT, July 6, 2012 The urban renewal movement of the 1950s and 1960s left its mark on cities across Connecticut, but perhaps one of the most painful was in New Haven. Construction of Route 34 got underway only after the Oak Street neighborhood was demolished, forcing…
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