Marc Wiznia
Sad Coliseum saga exemplifies city’s shift to arts

New Haven may be known as the Elm City, but it could also be known as the Sports City. According to legend, the game of […]

New women’s shoe store to occupy spot on Broadway

First Mexican food, and now women’s shoes. Thom Brown Inc. will occupy the vacancy at 37 Broadway between J.Crew and Alexia Crawford, Yale University Properties […]

Burrito shop to open near Broadway

The $2 taco is finally coming to Broadway. Yale University Properties announced Sunday evening that it had signed a deal to bring MexiCali Grille to […]

Mixed development slated for blighted riverfront

A shipyard soon could highlight the mouth of the Quinnipiac River. In August, the New Haven Development Commission approved the acquisition of seven properties along […]

Chapel Square renewal going slowly

Plans for the complete revamping of the Chapel Square Mall are proceeding — slowly. Signs in its vacant street-front windows say the mall will reopen […]

Despite bankruptcy, Tweed service constant

Air service will remain constant in New Haven for at least the remainder of 2002, according to recently released airline schedules. U.S. Airways, the sole […]

No rush to fill empty storefronts

The long-running transformation of Broadway is by no means complete. Ashley’s ice cream parlor is preparing to open in the former Whimsels site later this […]

City looks to address lack of parking

With the impending demolition of the New Haven Coliseum, parking could soon become tighter downtown. The city’s plan to eliminate the Coliseum will wipe out […]

New Haven closes Coliseum for good

One of the largest and most imposing structures in New Haven — and the site of some of its biggest entertainment events — will soon […]

DeStefano laughs it up at Rowland commerce speech

For one day, at least, Connecticut Gov. John Rowland and New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. were on the same ticket for the 2002 gubernatorial […]

Little by little, a new downtown

When it first opened in 1965, the Chapel Square Mall was a small part of an urban renewal program that included large department stores such […]