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CONCEPT: Boutique [email protected] Church

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An article in the register went into detail about current and potential future uses of 205 Church. the current tenants are not happy about moving out, but are happy the building wont be torn down.

the new owners plan a boutique hotel or residence.

The plan would be to start in about a year, but the owners are doing market research

Hampshire Hotels and Resorts, the New York-based developer, has bought the building. It will most likely will turn the building into an approximately 180-room, high-end boutique hotel, said Kevin Lillis, Hampshire

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This project was again mentioned in an article about New havens hotel boom.

http://www.courant.com/business/hc-propert...0,7196617.story

There is some interesting stuff in here.

sure a decent ammount of rooms have been built, but it looks like plenty more are planned, and those plans are not dead.

there is a reference to hartford struggling anf the Goodwin closing, but it fails to mention how Hartfords Hotel room boom was much larger than what is happening in New Haven right now.

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New Haven Independent gives an update.

Decisions on moving forward with the renovation, which were supposed to be made in May, have been postponed due to financing issues. Nevertheless, the tenants are still being evicted.

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Thanks for the update, arboqc and welcome to the CT Forum. Hopefully you stick around since we need full time New Haven representation.

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Yeah welcome to the Boards!

and can I say that I hate when a developer evicts people.

I mean if the project is financed then I understand, but I really hope these guys are 100% behind doing something here, or else throwing tennants out is just a damn shame!

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