New Haven Water Company (1903)

November 25th, 2015 Posted in Commercial Buildings, New Haven, Romanesque Revival

New Haven Water Company

The New Haven Water Company was incorporated in 1849 as a private water utility. In 1903, the company erected an office building at 100 Crown Street in New Haven. The brick and brownstone structure was designed by architect Leoni Robinson in the Romanesque Revival style. The interior of the building was renovated by wife-and-husband owners Alex and Alexander Heonis, who opened Capture Salon in 2012.

  1. One Response to “New Haven Water Company (1903)”

  2. By Ted Davis on Dec 14, 2017

    Does anyone remember the apartment that was on the second floor of the Water Works building…? Somehow tied to the Great American Salvage Co. that was next door to Acme Office Furniture…It was to die for back in the early 80’s……

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