Construction

On the issue of gentrification and scope of development in Stamford

On the issue of gentrification and scope of development in Stamford

The construction cranes in the South End and the new apartment buildings downtown are testaments to the $6 billion of investment in Stamford. The neighborhood redevelopment project that started in 2008 with Building and Land Technology (BLT) has grown into a city-wide real estate construction boom.

Dear UConn: Why so much construction?

Dear UConn: Why so much construction?

I currently only have one word for UConn: Why? You had all summer to get yourself together yet I still come back to find the place a damn mess? For anyone who doesn’t know, there is currently more construction going on around campus than usual (which is saying a lot). North Eagleville Road is closed for infrastructure repairs, with many surrounding sidewalks closed off as well.