Centerplan Development Company LLC is developing the Route 34 West project in downtown New Haven, Connecticut located between Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard and Legion Avenue is the new home of Continuum of Care mental health facility. The project features a pharmacy, a restaurant, medical office space and retail shops. This $50-million dollar project supports the revitalization efforts in downtown New Haven, securing 300 permanent jobs in the city.
The new buildings sits on a previously-undeveloped 5.5 acres of land. The 150,000 square-foot, multi-phase project was built to LEED Silver equivalent standards with many green design features, including photo-voltaic solar panel installations on unoccupied rooftops, the incorporation of living wall elements, and the use of native flora for landscaping. Centerplan Construction created a pedestrian-friendly environment with new sidewalks and bike racks. The proposed site drainage design utilizes infiltration practices to the maximum extent practical. The site also incorporats a new storm water connivance system with catch basins and sumps to help collect sediment and trash, underground detention and recharge areas, a rain garden within the retail parking lot, and water quality structures at the discharge points
Landmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail spaceLandmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail space located in the historic section of Main Street.
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Middletown Committee Recommends Hiring Local Firm To Study Metro Square Redevelopment
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