Monthly Archives: May 2013

What’s New? Ordinary

On Wednesday, May 8 at 5:00 P.M., Town Green District Executive Director Winfield Davis will join Alderman Douglas Hausladen (D-7) and Deputy Economic Development Director for the City of New Haven Tony Bialecki in celebrating the grand opening of Ordinary (990 Chapel Street) to Downtown New Haven. Two years after the popular tap room known as Richter’s…
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What’s Here? Retail Snapshop Q1 2013

To gain an understanding of the current small business environment and market potential in downtown New Haven, an inventory of all retail establishments in downtown is conducted on a quarterly basis. This research was completed April 2013 for the first quarter of 2013 (Q1 2013). There are 357 retail spaces available in downtown, with a…
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What’s New? BD-1

A zone change aimed at making neighborhoods denser on the edges of downtown won final approval from city lawmakers Monday night. At their full board meeting Monday, aldermen voted unanimously to tweak a new zoning designation called “BD-1” to make it easier for people to build “mixed-use” projects—combining stores, apartments, and offices—in areas like the…
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