A Restored Pratt Street
Through improved and restored retail storefronts, renovated residential spaces, and curated programming, Pratt St is being rediscovered.
Urban Lodge Brewing is planning to open its second taproom in the state later this year on Pratt Street in downtown Hartford, according to brewery officials.
Urban Lodge, the Manchester-based brewery that opened in 2019, wrote on Facebook this week about its plans to open a new taproom on Pratt Street in Hartford. According to a real estate source familiar with the brewer’s plans, about its plans to take over the 5,965-square-foot location at 64 Pratt St., Hartford. The building is owned by Northland.
“Over the coming months, we’ll work to create a dynamic and welcoming space deserving of this special place in our beloved Capital,” company officials wrote on Facebook.
Urban Lodge’s second taproom in the state will see the company cross the Connecticut River to another walkable stretch of a popular downtown area. When it opened in Aug. 2019 on Purnell Place in Manchester, the brewery became an anchor for the pedestrian-friendly corridor along Main Street. Since its opening, the town has continued initiatives like a farmers market, new lighting and seating along Purnell Place and the parking lots behind it.
“Our original taproom on Purnell Place in Manchester will continue to operate with no interruptions or closures — in other words, we ain’t going anywhere,” Urban Lodge said on Facebook.
Urban Lodge Brewing owners could not be reached for comment Thursday morning.
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