Myles Odermann
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Elm Street complex approved

A surface-level parking lot on 85 Elm St. will soon be converted into a building housing more than a hundred apartment units and extended-stay hotel […]

City Hall approves HGS, with stipulations

Yale’s plan to convert dormitories in the Hall of Graduate Studies to a center for the humanities received final approval from City Hall last night, […]

Board of Alders approves HGS plan

After facing delays over the summer, the project to transform the Hall of Graduate Studies from graduate student housing to a new humanities center is […]

Junzi opens near Columbia, eyes further expansion

Junzi Kitchen, the quick-service Chinese restaurant that has become a student staple on Broadway Avenue, opened its first location in New York City over the […]

Lawmakers react to Alexion move

In the days after Alexion announced that its worldwide headquarters will be leaving New Haven, state lawmakers and partisan leaders are still grappling with the news.

Alexion becomes latest company to announce departure from CT

New Haven will no longer house the headquarters of the pharmaceutical company Alexion, a business with deep roots in New Haven’s Science Park and the […]

Chapel Street sees store switcheroo

The Chapel Street shopping district has seen yet another storefront turnover: On Thursday morning, Dwell New Haven hosted its grand opening in the space that […]

Crêpes Choupette to return

Crêpes Choupette — the creperie that has won the hearts of Yale students — will soon return to campus.

New colleges to impact retail space, real estate prices

Now that more than 700 students occupy the new residential colleges, it is only a matter of time before more retail shops pop up and […]

Food scene changes again on Whitney

Students returned to campus to find a slightly different restaurant landscape in New Haven, as two new eateries on Whitney Avenue opened while two other […]

Ingalls food carts move

After three years of back and forth, the new laws governing food vendors are finally going into effect. City Hall is in the midst of […]