Developers are nearing completion on the first phase of a redevelopment project designed to transform one of Hartford’s last remaining North End housing projects into a thriving mixed-use community.
Hartford’s housing authority (HACH), a quasi-public agency overseeing the redevelopment, and development partners Pennrose and The Cloud Co. on Tuesday said the initial phase of the Westbrook Village revitalization project is slated for completion this summer after about 14 months of construction.
Officials on Tuesday also revealed the 40-acre community bordering Albany Avenue will be named Village at Park River. The name pays homage to the development’s proximity to the waterway that flows on the western edge of the property. Leasing is expected to begin sometime this spring.
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