Business/Labor/ Economic Development
by Markeshia Ricks | Jul 20, 2018 11:37 am | Comments (4)
The story of how Fussy Coffee at Science Park came to be named is a joke between David Negreiro and his brother-in-law and business partner Joe Ballaro.
On one level, it’s a tongue-in-cheek riff on how pretentious some coffee shops can be. On another level, it’s about the two men’s love of a good coffee after a meal.
Continue reading ‘What The Fuss Is All About’
by Markeshia Ricks | Jul 20, 2018 7:47 am | Comments (9)
Dozens of people hoping to create the next big thing in the home of the former Boppper’s nightclub got a chance to tour the space as they prepare bids to be the next lessee.
Continue reading ‘45 Show Up For Venue-Bid Tour’
by Paul Bass & Thomas Breen | Jul 19, 2018 2:33 pm | Comments (20)
Bitsie Clark spent decades chasing a dream. On Thursday morning she grabbed a shovel to help celebrate the dream coming true.
Continue reading ‘Ground “Broken” On Audubon Mini-City’
by Thomas Breen | Jul 19, 2018 7:49 am | Comments (7)
City planners granted the brand new owners of a Union Street property a five-year extension to complete the previous owner’s plans for a long-delayed mixed-use development on the downtown side of Wooster Square.
Continue reading ‘New Owners Get 5-Year Extension For Wooster Sq. Project’
by Thomas Breen | Jul 18, 2018 8:16 am | Comments (26)
A new 60-unit State Street apartment complex won’t necessarily offer affordable housing. But it also won’t charge luxury prices, instead aiming for a “mid-price” that falls somewhere in between.
Continue reading ‘New State St. Apartments Will Aim For “Mid-Price”’
by Markeshia Ricks | Jul 17, 2018 8:01 am | Comments (3)
Yale is adding a little more retail space next door to the new L.L. Bean store on Elm Street, and is asking for permission to add fewer than the required number of parking spaces.
Continue reading ‘Parking Exception Sought For Retail Space Next To L.L. Bean’
by Christopher Peak | Jul 13, 2018 1:52 pm | Comments (11)
An entire neighborhood could soon have a new owner.
Continue reading ‘Buyer Found For 9th Square Residences’
by Thomas Breen | Jul 12, 2018 4:57 pm | Comments (14)
More vegetables. Less cheese. And more take out.
Jason Sobocinski is banking on that formula as he prepares to close his popular decade-old Trumbull Street restaurant and fromagerie Caseus and reopen under a new name, ownership, and menu.
Continue reading ‘Caseus Closing; Successor Planned’
by Markeshia Ricks | Jul 10, 2018 7:47 am | Comments (3)
A haven for cats and the humans who enjoy them will be the first test of Westville Village’s new zoning rules.
Continue reading ‘Cat Cafe First Test To New Zone Reg’
by Allan Appel | Jul 5, 2018 6:05 pm | Comments (4)
When he was growing up in Dixwell, Johntaye Greene stood near the corner of Webster and Dixwell when a man was shot, fell, then died at his feet.
Traumatic incidents like that led Greene to self-medicate with marijuana to manage the effects.
Now, thanks to a new downtown New Haven business, he can take care of himself legally since three months ago he received a diagnosis of PTSD, based on his experience of chronic urban violence.
Continue reading ‘PTSD-Focused “CannaHealth” Opens Doors’