Arrowhead Gateway

Small area Plan and CorridoR sTUDY

PROJECT
PURPOSE

In partnership with the local community, the City of Hartford is developing a compelling and cohesive redevelopment strategy for the Arrowhead Gateway. The end result of this planning process will be a master plan that responds to community needs, revives the neighborhood’s historic urban fabric, establishes a unique destination and sense of place, and unites the Clay Arsenal Neighborhood and Downtown Hartford.

 

READ THE FINAL PLAN!

The Arrowhead Gateway Small Area Plan and Corridor Study was developed through a year-long, community-based planning process that included comprehensive existing conditions and market analyses as well as multiple touchpoints for direct community engagement. Using the findings from theses analyses and community feedback, the Plan outlines several Small Area Plan Alternatives for the re-design of the Arrowhead Gateway and the Main Street and Albany Avenue corridors. It recommends a series of projects and policies to implement these plans and to advance community goals and needs. 

 
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IN THE NEWS

See what's happening in the Arrowhead Gateway Study Area

Hartford picks preferred developer for Arrowhead Cafe block near Dunkin’ Donuts Park. City-owned ‘Gateway’ project may add 23 housing units on edge of downtown.

Maximizing the impact of the public realm and creating a true gateway feature at the intersection of Main Street, Albany Avenue, High Street, and Ely Street is paramount.

STUDY AREA'S KEY ASSETS

We need your help identifying key assets, opportunities and challenges in the Study Area! Key assets are places or things where economic, environmental, and social functions of communities take place, or are critical infrastructure required to support those functions. 

Please share your thoughts using the interactive map by clicking here. NOTE: You will need to login to your Google account, or create a new account, to edit the map. Click here to view a how-to guide on adding markers to the map.

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