While plenty of smaller projects are still underway, the grand opening of the University of Connecticut’s new Hartford branch campus means for the first time in more than a decade there is a lull in major redevelopment downtown.
Larson pitches carbon tax to fund $1.8 trillion infrastructure bill
EAST HARTFORD — Although the prospect of a major infrastructure bill is waning in Congress, Rep. John Larson remains optimistic and is seeking nearly $2 trillion to overhaul the nation’s infrastructure, funded by a tax on carbon emissions.
Eyeing revenue, UConn keeps separate Hartford business campus
The University of Connecticut will keep its Hartford-based graduate business programs at Constitution Plaza, scrapping plans to consolidate at a single downtown campus next year. The decision allows the already profitable programs to continue expanding, the university said.
UConn formalizes plans to reopen downtown Hartford campus
University of Connecticut officials took a major step Tuesday toward relocating the school’s West Hartford branch to downtown Hartford, approving and signing documents to anchor the new campus in the former Hartford Times building.