BRIDGEPORT - Officials broke ground today on a long-awaited revitalization project for Bridgeport's coastline.
Crews began work today on the Steelpointe Harbor redevelopment project. Officials say workers will make roads more pedestrian- and bike-friendly. They will also be performing work on sewers and burying power lines.
Steelpointe Harbor will also feature a hotel and retail shops, including a Bass Pro Shops.
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The city received an $11 million grant to help with the project.
Work is expected to take about one year to complete.