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Old 04-10-2012, 11:16 AM
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There is also the iQuilt project which could have great significance in the future of Hartford. With a new man-made river running through Bushnell (and no they arent going to dig up the Park River again), the areas surrounding the park will likely become much more pedestrian oriented. I'm excited to see what the city does in the next 20 years when the I-84 viaduct is replaced and the Asylum and North End neighborhoods become part of the flow of the city rather than cut off by the monstrousity. There are other projects on the ourskirts of the city that could really become some great places for young people if they were done right. I really like Bartholomew Ave and it's proximity to Parkville and W. Hartford. This could be a great place for young people to live and play.
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