Ground to be broken on next phase of New Haven’s Downtown Crossing project

ROB POLANSKY, MATT MCFARLAND | wfsb.com

The City’s Downtown Crossing project and the 101 College Street Development are entering Phase 3.

New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker, Gov. Ned Lamont, Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Rep. Rosa DeLauro participated in Monday morning’s groundbreaking.

The 101 College Street Development includes the construction of a 10-story building that will support the state’s growing bioscience sector and become home to labs, research space, and offices hosted by Arvinas, BioLabs, and Yale University…

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