Jiahui Hu
Staff Reporter
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Luxury apartments filling up

Hundreds of students and professionals have settled themselves into the Elm City’s new high-end apartments — signaling success for recent investors. In the past two […]

Craft cocktails and tapas at new Indian restaurant

House of Naan — the Elm City’s first Indian craft-cocktail bar and cafe concept — opens Oct. 3, offering spiced cocktails and chicken tandoori tapas.

Wooster Square development clears legal hurdles

After a string of lawsuits over the past two years stalled the development of two of New Haven’s star building projects, the dismissal of the suits marks a new beginning for Wooster Square.

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Church Street South relocation stagnates

Leaks and black mold led the city last fall to condemn Church Street South, a decades-old apartment complex across from Union Station. Now, one year later, roughly half of the 300 families living there have been relocated.

Anchor Spa renovation meets resistance

With blue-leather booths and a marble-top bar straight out of the 1930s, the Anchor Spa prepares for its grand opening in mid-October, marking an entirely new chapter in the storied locale’s history.

College Night on Broadway expands reach

This Thursday, New Haven residents will once again clamor for ice cream, music and henna in a busy evening for students from Yale and surrounding universities alike.

New regulations would drive food trucks downtown

Situated at the foot of Science Hill, Joe Grate’s BBQ food truck has been serving up pulled pork, fries and beans to hungry Yalies for […]

Halal Guys Comes to New Haven

Elm City residents spent Wednesday afternoon snacking on platters of falafel, pita and beef gyro at Chapel Street’s newest eatery.

Alders approve building plan

A new science building whose plans have caused tensions in town-gown relations over past months moved one step closer to construction Tuesday evening when the Elm City’s 30 alders all chimed “Aye.”

Hill building project approved

Decades-long plans to transform four blocks between downtown and Union Station may finally materialize next year, after hanging in the balance over the summer.

New colleges shift housing market

Several landlords who own properties on Bristol Street have remodeled homes and raised prices in anticipation of student demand created by the fall 2017 opening of Franklin and Murray Colleges just blocks away.