Cooper Robertson awarded riverfront master plan for Middletown, Connecticut

Similar to many cities across the country, Middletown, Connecticut, is seeking to revitalize its riverfront to both improve the public realm and spur real estate development. Now, following a review process of 21 applications, the city has awarded New York City-based architecture and urban design firm Cooper Robertson, in collaboration with engineering and environment services firm Langan and economic development specialists Karp Strategies, the commission to develop a master plan for the area.

The plan dates back to at least 2014 when the city released the “Middletown Riverfront Redevelopment Commission Final Report,” which defines the study area as broadly running between the existing Harbor

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