News Times, October 17, 2011
It was called a dream, a vision that, for three decades, needed will and leadership; something that will be transformational not only for students but for the Greater Danbury community and the state.
News Times, June 1, 2011
It’s not Harvard or Yale or Princeton. But the Western Connecticut Health Network Biomedical Research Institute may be able to offer its staff something academic centers can’t offer — immediate access to a community hospital, its clinical physicians and its patients.
New England Real Estate Journal, May 2009
The Front Street District is the final component of the Adriaen’s Landing master planned development. Located immediately off I-91 at Exit 29A, at the intersection of Columbus Blvd. and Front St., Phase 1 of the Front Street District will include approximately 65,000 s/f of retail space. This first phase of the project will be the future home of a variety of restaurant and entertainment venues creating a “restaurant district” to serve visitors to other Adriaen’s Landing facilities, the daytime workers and residents of Hartford and the surrounding suburban population.
Recreation Management, May/June 2006
It had become an annual ritual at the Milford/Orange YMCA in Milford, Conn. Each year as the weather grew colder, a group of volunteers would inflate a bubble over the pool so it could stay open during the winter. The dome, however, seemed archaic, and the air-handling system had grown outdated. YMCA officials knew there had to be a better way and began searching for one. In the end, they found a solution that provided year-round recreation without losing the sense of being outdoors.
American Society of Landscape Architects, 2006
The original Sculpture Garden dates back to the early 1900’s, at which time the land was owned and occupied by the Rockefeller Estate. The Garden, in the rear of their brownstone townhouse, provided the Rockefellers with an “outdoor room”, in which to display their collection of sculpture.