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REX - Regional Economic Xcelleration
157 Church St., 19th Floor
New Haven
203-821-3682
www.rexdevelopment.com

REX Development offers a full range economic development services in Greater New Haven, Connecticut.  Call 203-821-3682 to start the conversation.  Created in 1996, REX was formed as the economic development entity for the fifteen towns served by the South Central Regional Council of Governments (SCRCOG).

REX’s territory is a vibrant region of small cities, suburbs and rural communities situated between New York and Boston. The region encompasses all of the cities and towns between Milford to Meriden to Madison.


Market New Haven/InfoNewHaven
157 Church St., 19th Floor
New Haven
203-776-7331
www.infonewhaven.com

Market New Haven is a public/private partnership funded by the City of New Haven and its Board of Alders, Yale University, Yale New Haven Hospital, and the local business community. The Mission of Market New Haven is to enhance the positive image of New Haven, communicate its renaissance and to improve the prosperity of the City, its residents and its businesses.


Downtown New Haven's Visitor Info Center
1000 Chapel St.
New Haven
203-773-9494
www.infonewhaven.com

Hours:
Monday - Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Tweed New Haven Regional Airport
155 Burr St.
New Haven
203-466-8833
www.flytweed.com

Regional airport serving commercial and private aviation needs in Greater New Haven.  Served by American Airlines to Philadelphia, with connecting service to 330 domestic and international destinations. I-95, exit 50.


Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce
900 Chapel St., 10th Floor
New Haven
203-787-6735
www.gnhcc.com

The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce provides a host of services to help start, grow and draw businesses into the greater New Haven region.  


CERC - Connecticut Economic Resource Center
805 Brook St., Building 4
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
860-571-7136
www.cerc.com

CERC is a nonprofit corporation and public-private partnership that provides our clients with objective research, marketing and economic development services consistent with our mission of making Connecticut a more competitive business location.


CTRides
www.ctrides.com

CTRides is a regional, non-profit company helping people to commute any way except by driving alone. CTRides offers free help finding the options that best fit your needs, whether it's a carpool, vanpool, bus, train, or telecommuting.


Special Services Districts

Town Green Special Services District
900 Chapel St #703
New Haven
203-401-4245
www.downtownnewhaven.com

As one of four Special Services Districts, Town Green offers support services to help grow business downtown.

Chapel West Special Services District
1205 Chapel St.
New Haven
203-787-3000
www.chapelwest.com

This quasi-government body enables member businesses to use an incremental local tax to benefit district level business programs and services.

Grand Avenue Special Services District
258 Grand Avenue, 2nd floor
New Haven
203-214-3398
www.grandavenuessd.org

Grand Avenue Special Services District is the newest of four Special Services Districts in New Haven. Business members in the Grand Avenue corridor united in 2009 to formally become this incorporated body. The organization offers support services to help grow businesses on Grand Avenue.

Whalley Avenue Special Services District
300 Whalley Avenue
New Haven
203-776-5455

Whalley Avenue SSD is the first Special Services District in the State. This quasi-government body enables member businesses to use an incremental local tax to benefit district level business programs and services.

 
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