Upper Albany Main Street and the Upper Albany Neighborhood Revitalization Zone combined forces to advance plans to develop parcels at the corner of Albany Avenue and Woodland Street in Hartford, Connecticut.
These sites were formerly occupied by a gas station and a storage company.
In the first phase of this community development initiative, Kenneth Boroson Architects was contracted to develop a plan for the composite building site.
Design guidelines for commercial street and façade improvements for 30 properties
12 city blocks
In process of being determined
Phase 1 completed in 2004
Phase 2 in design