Developers broke ground on the 32-story building at 360 State late September; now, they are trying to avoid broken spirits.
Although both the University and the city have recently cut back on their capital-project spending, the developers of 360 State said they have no plans of slowing down and hope their project will revitalize downtown by providing a new hub for the city’s public transportation.
“It is a real opportunity to, in a sense, correct the issue of Union Station,” Rubin said. “It is so far removed from downtown, and the walk from Yale or the financial district is uncomfortable on foot. This development is a real chance to update the State Street station to an urban rail terminal.”
‘360 State’: In transit Stephannie Furtak Yale Daily News 11/6/08
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