Middletown, Connecticut’s Riverbend Master Plan will reconnect the city to its forgotten waterway
Kristine Klein
07 July 2022

Plans to redevelop the riverfront in Middletown, Connecticut, are a long time in the making. In 2014 the small New England city, population 46,406, announced its intentions to redesign its waterfront, imbuing life into the former industrial landscape. The Riverbend Master Plan announced in May 2021 selected New York City-based architecture and urban design firm Cooper Robertson to lead the project’s design, alongside engineering and environment services firm Langan and economic development specialists Karp Strategies.

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