The former site of the New Haven Coliseum is a parking lot, literally. Our proposed mixed-use development will embody principles of Placemaking and Human Scale Smart Growth, in a regional, transit oriented development.
The project will be a model for creating thriving mixed-use neighborhoods where people live, work, learn and play in New Haven and Connecticut.
Central to both Fairfield and New Haven counties
Connections to I95, I91, Rt 15, Rt 34
Walkable to downtown area and attractions, as well as State St. and Union Stations
Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Line to Bridgeport, Stamford, Greenwich, and New York City
Shore Line East to Old Saybrook and New London and Hartford Line to Meriden, Hartford, Springfield, MA
Amtrak (regional and intercity rail)
Public plazas are programmed with the intent of drawing people together throughout the day. The plazas are focused on accessibility and comfort. Lighting is used to strengthen specific areas and pathways. We have also put thought into utilizing public art, which can be a great magnet for children of all ages to playfully interact. Flexible design is employed via movable furniture and tables so that the plaza can change throughout the day at a moment’s notice.
We are very mindful that the Ninth Square is a diverse neighborhood with many school-age children. Our development will not only meet fair housing standards but also support intergenerational needs through support services. Additionally, the public plaza will offer recreational opportunities for people of all ages in both quiet and active spaces (possible climber for children or water feature), as well as entertainment for different age groups (festivals, performances, etc.). The amenity space in the new building will provide co-working, gym and lounge space, and outdoor private space for all ages, and the restaurant and retail space on the ground floor of the building aims to offer ample shopping and eating experiences for all of the residents of the building.
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