State and local officials are encouraging efforts to develop a field across from an old manufacturing mill in Meriden in hopes of attracting new residents.
A lot near the downtown Meriden train station will become a 92-unit apartment complex located at 289 Pratt St. with expanded parking for adjacent businesses at 290 Pratt St.
“This 92-unit, four-story luxury apartment complex to house future families, young entrepreneurs, young business owners, here in our city,” Meriden Mayor Kevin Scarpati said.
Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz stopped by the fire department Monday to announce a $1.8 million state grant to clean up and remediate both sites. Read More