Current Initiatives

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101 College Street

101 College StreetA planned 10-story biomedical/life science/office building built in conjunction with the construction of Downtown Crossing Phase 3, which will connect Temple Street to Congress Avenue.

101 College Street represents another unique opportunity to leverage the removal of Route 34 and convert much of the right of way into an economic engine designed to:

Former Coliseum Redevelopment

Former Coliseum RedevelopmentThe 275 S. Orange Street Redevelopment Project (former New Haven Coliseum site) will create a thriving transit-oriented mixed-use urban neighborhood that knits Downtown’s Ninth Square and the Hill South neighborhoods back together.

The project is a development partnership between Spinnaker Real Estate Partners and The Fieber Group in collaboration with The City of New Haven and the community at large. When fully built the site will support at least 30,000 SF of public open space with community programming, 30,000 SF of retail, 500 residential units – 20% affordable, and 80,000 SF of commercial uses. Construction to begin in the spring of 2021.

Parkside Crossing

Parkside CrossingParkside Crossing is a multi-phase, 5 building development plan led by RMS Companies as part of the Hill-to-Downtown New Haven Community Plan. In total, the project will bring roughly 600 units to the Hill District when complete, 30% of these are to be affordable housing units. The first building, “Parkside Crossing” is a 4 story, mixed use 110-unit structure complete in 2019 on Gold Street. The next phase includes 2 additional buildings on Lafayette and Congress Streets totaling 284,000 sq. ft. and bringing in 104 and 90 units respectively. Each building will include indoor recreation and amenity spaces along with rooftop lounges similar to what is seen in “Parkside Crossing”. Additionally, the Congress Street site will include a dog park and landscaped garden. RMS has committed 30% of units to affordable housing prices.

201 Munson

201 MunsonOn the site of the abandoned Olin Chemical Company factory, a 5 story, 391-unit apartment building and 21 townhouse complex will be constructed starting in 2020. The complex will hold 474 parking spaces, an expansive green lawn, and will be a mix of studio, one, and two-bedroom units.

Ironburgh Organization of New York City gained control of the 14-acre site in 2019 to revitalize the stalled project.

Torrington Company Site 87 Union Street (44 Olive Street)

Torrington Company Site 87 Union Street (44 Olive Street)87 Union Street, dubbed “44 At Wooster” by original developers David Adam Realty and Petra Construction, was sold to Epimoni Corps and Adams America Real Estate who are continuing plans to replace a series of warehouses and a plumbing supply store with six wood-framed stories of market-rate apartments, townhouses, and ground-floor retail. The already-approved TOD project at 87 Union Street will activate dormant Union and Fair Streets, while a potential extension would reconnect Olive and Union Streets. The total project will consist of approximately 299 market-rate units and 8,000 sq. ft. of retail. Construction is slated for completion by 2021.

Other Development Projects Include

  • Audubon Square
  • 92/98 Olive Street
  • 703 Whitney Avenue
  • 19 Elm Street
  • 842-848 Chapel Street
  • Lofts at Wooster Square
  • Crown Court II
  • 104 Howe
  • 269-275 Orange Street
  • Clock Shop Lofts

See the 2020 Downtown Housing Report for a complete overview of development projects in pipeline.

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