Marc Wiznia
Coliseum survives despite competition

Two new Connecticut arenas near New Haven and a national economic downturn stand to threaten the New Haven Coliseum, but so far the Coliseum is […]

Yandle to be named new head of Housing Authority

Yale Law School Associate Dean Stephen Yandle will take the reins of the New Haven Housing Authority in June, replacing current interim Director Robert Solomon […]

Consultant targets expansion of retail

Reports issued by a Baltimore-based developing consultant have suggested the expansion of retail in New Haven’s Empowerment Zone. Metroventures/USA Inc. unveiled its initial reports Tuesday […]

Co-op gets shops for holidays

Retail will return to the location of the former Yale Co-op, even before the planned redevelopment of the city-owned site and surrounding blocks. For the […]

City may ditch plans to upgrade housing

The New Haven Housing Authority may terminate its contract with the developers for the West Rock neighborhood following Friday’s announcement of the city’s unsuccessful application […]

New Haven loses out on $35 million HUD grant

Plans to revitalize blighted parts of New Haven were dealt a serious blow Friday when the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that […]

City residents discuss harbor redevelopment at forum

With many upcoming New Haven development projects centering around the city’s 18-mile waterfront, the public gathered Thursday night to discuss the future of New England’s […]

Task force aims to boost city tourism

Falling state tourism levels since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have led to the establishment of a tourism task force in New Haven. The task […]

State creating new transportation policy

The Connecticut Transportation Strategy Board met at the Omni New Haven Hotel Thursday to begin compiling a 10-year transportation policy for the state. The 15-member […]

River Street revitalization plans to proceed

Plans for the redevelopment of the southern half of Fair Haven should continue after a short delay. City officials said they expect the Board of […]

New law may help minority contractors

New legislation may increase the number of city contracts awarded to minority-owned firms. The city’s Board of Finance recently approved a proposed ordinance that would […]