North End Grocery Store

Developer, loan fund working together to bring grocery store to Hartford to serve downtown, city’s northern neighborhoods

Kenneth R. Gosselin

By KENNETH R. GOSSELINHARTFORD COURANT|  JAN 10, 2020 |5:21 PM| HARTFORD   

"Parcel B" would be the second phase of the Downtown North development and could include a grocery store.
"Parcel B" would be the second phase of the Downtown North development and could include a grocery store. (RMS Cos.)

A developer and a community revitalization loan fund which have separate proposals to bring a grocery store to an area just north of downtown Hartford said Friday they are now working together on the effort.  At the same time, the Hartford Community Loan Fund, a nonprofit organization, has been leading an effort to bring a grocer, fresh foods and healthy eating services such as a teaching kitchen to city-owned land around the historic Keney Memorial Clock Tower. The location, at the intersection of Main Street and Albany Avenue, is in the same area but not part of the Downtown North development. Read the article HERE