Alders set Wooster Square development into motion
Following unanimous agreement over a change in zoning designations, the New Haven Board of Alders officially set into motion a project to redevelop 87 Union St. — a parcel of land just southeast of the train tracks — into a central residential and retail complex.
Art gallery to replace Pinkberry
In the wake of speculation surrounding Pinkberry’s reopening, an art gallery is now set to take its place at 1064 Chapel St.
University Store offers boutique campus apparel
Since moving into 265 College St. this spring, a new campus apparel store called The University Store has been well-received by students who shop there, despite similar offerings around Yale.
J. Press to rebuild at 262 York
After initiating the project over a year ago, men’s clothing store J. Press is set to demolish its 262 York St. building and reconstruct a replacement.
Pinkberry workers await wages
After more than a month-long vacancy, a “For Lease” notice now decorates the former Pinkberry storefront on Chapel Street.
Quinnipiac bans Uber
The rideshare service Uber was banned at Quinnipiac University last week, sparking questions in the Yale community over the service’s practices and safety.
Barbour a poor choice, students say
To the dismay of students interviewed, British outerwear and lifestyle brand Barbour will join The Shops at Yale next month at 27 Broadway St.
Elm City Market to retain employees
In spite of an ownership change this past month, Elm City Market plans to retain most of its employees, including 16 graduates of local workforce development programs.
Foley’s urban agenda called into question
Gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley’s (R) recently released Urban Policy Agenda is under fire from Democrats who claim the plan is both plagiarized and unfounded.