Welcome To Frog Hollow!

Welcome to the Frog Hollow NRZ. We are residents, businesses, and nonprofit organizations working together to revitalize Frog Hollow – and we’re always looking for new members.

Meeting Information:
Third Tuesday of Every Month
5:30 pm
Even Months: Trinity College (70 Vernon Street)
Odd Months: The Lyceum (227 Lawrence Street)

Our Mission

The Frog Hollow NRZ (Neighborhood Revitalization Zone) aims to revitalize Frog Hollow through the collaborative involvement of residents, businesses and government to find a common vision for the neighborhood.

Our Neighborhood

Frog Hollow was originally developed as three- and six-family buildings to house the immigrant population who worked in the factories which lined Capitol Avenue. Today, this historic architecture creates a neighborhood with a row house walk-up feel, including the historic row houses on Columbia Street and Park Terrace. It also includes Park Street, Connecticut’s premier Latino Main Street, Pope Park (an Olmsted designed park), and a small commercial district along Capitol Avenue.

Frog Hollow: Stories From an American Neighborhood

"Frog Hollow is thirty-five square blocks laid out over seventeen acres and home to just over 16,000 residents. A marsh gives the neighborhood its name, though subsequent generations once claimed that the “frog” came from the influx of French Canadians who began moving to the hollow in the 1850s to work in the factories. Perfect sixes-brick apartment buildings that are three stories high, with two units per floor-line the streets with a beautiful functionality that is almost Shakeresque"
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