by Thomas MacMillan | May 21, 2013 4:01 pm | Comments (49)
After an 83-year-old architecture professor was attacked at the Lilac Street building site of a Yale-designed house, the university plans to pull out the newly installed foundation—and has decided it’s just too dangerous to build a home in Newhallville.
by Allan Appel | May 21, 2013 4:00 pm | Comments (4)
Erika Morrison’s sons Gabe, Seth, and Jude will reluctantly give up some nifty forts they have built over the years at secret locations in the narrow strip of woods between Q Avenue and the Q River.
by Thomas MacMillan | May 20, 2013 4:22 pm | Comments (30)
New Haven’s population is on the rise, along with a 17-foot-skinny new Newhallville home that may offer a glimpse of the densely packed neighborhoods of the city’s past—and future.
by Thomas MacMillan | May 15, 2013 8:44 am | Comments (21)
A developer is seeking city permission to install 145 apartments in a long-vacant downtown landmark without creating a single new parking space.
by Melissa Bailey | May 13, 2013 8:09 am | Comments (18)
Chapel West developer Randy Salvatore beat the Korean government in a battle for an empty lot—and pledged to follow through on a promise to save a historic home from destruction.
by Melissa Bailey | May 1, 2013 8:15 am | Comments (8)
Seven decades after she moved from Putnam Street to West Haven, Marie Gagliardi returned to the house she grew up in to see years of decay reversed.
by Melissa Bailey | Apr 29, 2013 11:09 am | Comments (6)
Two years after a not-for-profit housing agency abandoned 65 apartments amid financial troubles, Shaquana Shaw and her dad grabbed an airless paint machine and joined a rescue mission.
by Thomas MacMillan | Apr 23, 2013 3:51 pm | Comments (19)
Hill neighbors had a message for consultants studying how to build atop parking lots and stitch their neighborhood and downtown back together: Don’t price us out of our home.
by Allan Appel | Apr 22, 2013 2:09 pm | Comments (1)
A builder got permission to construct four new single-family houses to be built on upper Quinnipiac Avenue in the northeastern corner of the city between Assumption and Fiore Streets near the Bishop Woods school and preserve.
by Allan Appel | Apr 19, 2013 11:13 am | Comments (5)
A builder tried again to get the OK to construct over 100 apartments for the elderly on a strip of land by the curving West River in West Rock’s shadow—only to be shot down out of concerns about flooding.