Facing court roadblock, North Crossing developer seeks Hartford approvals for 528-unit apartment building

The 6,000-plus seat Dunkin’ Donuts Park was completed in 2017, following a construction project that was delayed by a year and which saw costs jump from an initial $56 million budget to $71 million. The city blamed Middletown-based Centerplan Cos., terminating it as both the developer of the partially complete stadium and revoking the right of an affiliated limited liability company to build apartments on nearby city-controlled lots. RMS CEO Randy Salvatore had planned to roll right into construction of a second development – a 522-spot parking facility attached to a structure with 528 apartments — on a site just southwest of the stadium, across Main Street. Salvatore said he hopes to proceed with construction early next year, but it would be impossible to be certain of the timing of a court resolution.


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