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Author Spiegel, Matthew, author

Title 360 State Street : real options / Matthew Spiegel, Sheri Scully
Published London : SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017
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Summary In 2010 developer Bruce Becker completed 360 State Street, a major new construction project in downtown New Haven. The building was a 32-story high-rise with 500 apartments, a parking garage, and a grocery store on the street level.The building was a remarkable accomplishment. Built during a recession in a neighborhood that the city's elite avoided, the development became an immediate success. In less than two years, the apartments were almost fully occupied, the grocery store was attracting 8,500 customers per week, and other landlords on the block began to open new businesses. For many New Haveners, the achievement of 360 State Street proved that after years of post-industrial decline, the city was finally experiencing a renaissance
Notes Originally published: Spiegel, M., & Scully, S. (2011). 360 State Street: Real options. New Haven, CT: Yale School of Management, Yale University. Retrieved from: http://nexus.som.yale.edu/360state-realoptions
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Subject Becker, Bruce.
Construction industry -- Connecticut -- New Haven.
Building -- Superintendence -- Connecticut -- New Haven.
Municipal engineering -- Connecticut -- New Haven.
Form Electronic book
Author Scully, Sheri, author
ISBN 9781526406903 (ebook)