HARTFORD, Conn.— UConn's Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved a $115 million development plan to relocate its satellite campus in West Hartford to downtown Hartford. That part of the project will cost about $100 million, said Laura Cruickshank, UConn's master planner and chief architect. UConn also plans to have retail shops at street level on the campus.» Read More
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