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Parcel C, a 2.2-acre lot on the corner of Maple and Water streets in Naugatuck, was to be the site of a medical office facility anchored by Saint Mary's Hospital and a 500-space ramp garage under the Renaissance Place plan. –FILE PHOTO

Naugatuck severs last ties with Renaissance Place

Vision for downtown revitalization remains NAUGATUCK — Months after the borough’s contract with developer Alexius Conroy expired, Naugatuck is clear to start again on a new path to downtown revitalization….

Naugatuck’s contract with developer Alexius Conroy to develop the Renaissance Place project for downtown Naugatuck expired Tuesday. Borough officials are now looking to move forward in a new direction for downtown revitalization. –FILE PHOTO

Sun sets on Renaissance Place

NAUGATUCK — On Tuesday, the sun finally set on the downtown revitalization project known as Renaissance Place. The borough entered into an exclusive five-year contract with developer Alexius Conroy to…

The contractual deadline for developer Alexius Conroy to begin construction of Renaissance Place project is May 8. The project called for a medical facility to be built on Parcel C, pictured above, in downtown Naugatuck but no movement has been made towards its construction. –LUKE MARSHALL

Deadline draws near on Renaissance Place contract

NAUGATUCK — Five years ago Fairfield-based developer Alexius Conroy, the Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation and the Board of Mayor and Burgesses entered into an agreement to develop Renaissance Place. That…


Referendum on Renaissance rewrite rejected

NAUGATUCK — One burgess’s efforts to force a referendum on any changes to the borough’s agreement with developer Alexius Conroy failed this week, as others on the Board of Mayor…

Construction equipment sits on Parcel C at the corner of Maple and Water streets in Naugatuck in 2010. The Regional Brownfields Partnership of West Central Connecticut worked with Naugatuck on the remediation of the site. The organization has started a new Land Bank program with the goal of turning brownfield sites into productive parcels again. –FILE PHOTO

Renaissance Place plan approaching crossroads

NAUGATUCK — The borough may be nearing a make-or-break point with the Renaissance Place downtown revitalization project. Concerns about the project are coming to a head over a proposed medical…

The borough is in discussions with developer Alex Conroy regarding revising an agreement for downtown development signed in 2007. The project includes a medical complex on Parcel C on Maple Street, above. RA ARCHIVE

Borough in talks with developer to revise agreement

NAUGATUCK — Almost five years after the borough signed an agreement with developer Alexius Conroy to build a $710 million mixed-use development called Renaissance Place on 60 acres along the…

St. Mary's hospital still plans to open a medical complex on Parcel C in Naugatuck.

St. Mary’s still has plans for downtown after merger

Plans for a merger between the Waterbury Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital will not affect plans for St. Mary’s to build a medical office in Naugatuck as part of the…


Mezzo on Renaissance Place grant

Naugatuck Mayor Robert Mezzo recently sat down with the Citizen’s News to discuss a $500,000 grant that will pay for design on a new parking garage on Parcel C.

The state Bond Commission approved $500,000 for the planning and designing of a 500-space parking garage to be built on Parcel C. FILE PHOTO

Bond Commission approves money for Renaissance Place

HARTFORD — Naugatuck’s Renaissance Place project received an infusion of cash from the state to help move forward on the construction of a parking garage on Parcel C. Gov. Dannel…

Chairman of the Naugatuck Economic Development Corp Jay Carlson, left, goes over the Renaissance Place plans with U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) as Mayor Bob Mezzo looks on Friday afternoon in Town Hall.

Blumenthal pledges support for Renaissance Place

NAUGATUCK — The borough gained a powerful ally in the battle over securing depleting federal funds to help spur the Renaissance Place project. “I think it’s a really promising project…