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360 State St Topped Out in New Haven
Posted by Tom Klemens on January 13, 2010 at 8:54 PM.

Suffolk Construction, developer Becker +Becker, and the City of New Haven, Conn., recently celebrated the topping-out of the $190-million mixed-use development.  This LEED Platinum building, when completed, will be the second tallest building in New Haven. It also will be the largest private residential building in Connecticut.  The 700,000 sq. ft development will host 500 apartment units, a full-service grocery store, and other commercial shops and offices.




Above: Suffolk Construction Project Manager Tom Larco of Hamden, Conn., signs the final steel beam just moments before it was recently hoisted to the top of the 360 State Street building in New Haven, Conn.


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