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Steelpointe Harbor 

Bridgeport,  CT.

Formerly the site of a United Illuminating power plant which sat dormant for nearly a century, Steelpointe Harbor now boasts 1,500 residential units, 800,000 square feet of retail, 200,000 square feet of commercial/office space, and 300,000 square feet of hotel / meeting area overlooking a 200-slip marina with complete shore-side support.

The $100MM redevelopment at Steelpointe Harbor, undertaken in combination with the City of Bridgeport, aims to bring residents and visitors back to the waterfront through designated live, work, and play spaces. Greenery, open park space, and scenic harbor views will work together with the thoughtfully designed new built environment to achieve this vision of a complete new and inviting harbor-side community.

Project Background

Shipbuilding began on the banks of this area in the early 1700’s and by the late 1800’s, the peninsula was booming with commerce. The name “Steel Point” is derived from “Bridgeport Steel Works” that was at one time located at this site. In the 1900’s, Steel Point was home to marinas, shellfish and maritime businesses, and the residences of those who sailed the sound and the trades that supported them.

The City of Bridgeport spent the past several decades preparing the area now known as Steelpointe Harbor for development. Steelpointe Harbor is the rebirth of a past engine of water dependent and water related commerce essential to the future development of the largest city in the State of Connecticut.

Project Website

Documents

Investment Status

Fully Subscribed

Property Type

Former Coal Power Plant

Impact

2.77 Billion Pounds CO2 Eliminated Annually

Current Usage

Residential, Retail, Commercial, Hotel, Marina

Property Features

200 Slip Marina, Open Park Space, Residential and Commercial


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Steelpointe Harbor

Bridgeport,  CT.

Formerly the site of a United Illuminating power plant which sat dormant for nearly a century, Steelpointe Harbor now boasts 1,500 residential units, 800,000 square feet of retail, 200,000 square feet of commercial/office space, and 300,000 square feet of hotel / meeting area overlooking a 200-slip marina with complete shore-side support.

The $100MM redevelopment at Steelpointe Harbor, undertaken in combination with the City of Bridgeport, aims to bring residents and visitors back to the waterfront through designated live, work, and play spaces. Greenery, open park space, and scenic harbor views will work together with the thoughtfully designed new built environment to achieve this vision of a complete new and inviting harbor-side community.

Project Background

Shipbuilding began on the banks of this area in the early 1700’s and by the late 1800’s, the peninsula was booming with commerce. The name “Steel Point” is derived from “Bridgeport Steel Works” that was at one time located at this site. In the 1900’s, Steel Point was home to marinas, shellfish and maritime businesses, and the residences of those who sailed the sound and the trades that supported them.

The City of Bridgeport spent the past several decades preparing the area now known as Steelpointe Harbor for development. Steelpointe Harbor is the rebirth of a past engine of water dependent and water related commerce essential to the future development of the largest city in the State of Connecticut.

Project Website

Documents

Investment Status

Fully Subscribed

Property Type

Former Coal Power Plant

Impact

2.77 Billion Pounds CO2 Eliminated Annually

Current Usage

Residential, Retail, Commercial, Hotel, Marina

Property Features

200 Slip Marina, Open Park Space, Residential and Commercial