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A New Haven property owner who previously got approval to convert a factory into residential apartments is seeking an extension.
New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre has secured locations for its upcoming spring productions, nearly two years after announcing a new “mobile” stage model.
Financially struggling pharmacy chain Rite Aid plans to close three more of its Connecticut stores, including in New Haven, Waterbury and Stamford.
The New Haven Pride Center, a nonprofit focused on providing services and programming for the LGBTQ+ community, has signed a 10-year lease for a 5,000-square-foot space at 50 Orange St.
New Haven-born Nema Health, which provides virtual treatment to individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, announced it has raised $4.1 million in a seed round.
ClimateHaven, a New Haven-based climate tech incubator, announced it is beginning to provide support to 17 startups aimed at addressing climate change.
New Haven planning officials this week will be considering a proposal to demolish vacant existing commercial structures and build a new five-story apartment building on Grand Avenue.
An anonymous donor has given the Yale School of Nursing $11.1 million, the largest gift in its history, to use toward scholarships.
Hartford’s XL Center is slated for a $100 million renovation.
Gov. Ned Lamont, in his current budget, lined up $80 million in public funding to cover the majority of the costs.
International sports and entertainment company Oak View Group is preparing to wager at least $20 million that the arena can transform from an aging venue running a $2 million annual deficit to a bustling moneymaker that can attract “well above” 30 shows and concerts a year.
The XL Center has lost much of its concert business to the state’s casinos over the years.
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