Downtown Middletown is unique in that it consists of many sub-districts. While interrelated each has a distinct character of its own and thus has a different set of problems and opportunities.
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This district encompasses the area at the northern end of Main Street between Washington Street and Hartford Avenue.
This district is located at the northern end of Downtown in the area between Hartford Avenue on the north, Washington Street on the South, the rest of Main Street Buildings on the west and deKoven Drive on the east.
This sub-district, the most stable residential component of the downtown, is a great asset to the downtown in that it represents a built-in customer base for Main Street businesses
he sub-district is characterized by a number of historic buildings, some of which were displaced from their original site to their present site during the redevelopment process.
Centrally located downtown between Washington Street and Court Street this sub-district is characterized by a strip of stores fronting on Main Street. The ground floor uses have a mix of retail uses with some restaurants and banks.
One of the greatest assets to the City of Middletown is the linear stretch of land fronting the Connecticut River.