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Onetime Shelton brownfield property acquired by developers for $700K

Plans call for the construction of a five-story mixed-use building featuring 75 apartments and retail, pending Planning & Zoning Commission approval.

Bridgeport, Shelton projects receive brownfields remediation funds

All told, the state awarded $2.95 million to seven projects throughout Connecticut, encompassing 59 acres of development.

CT accepting applications for brownfield remediation grants

The latest round of funding will see an investment of up to $4 million for remediation projects, with up to $1 million of that amount reserved specifically for assessment projects.

Bridgeport gets brownfield remediation grant

Since 2011, Connecticut has invested $225.6 million in 170 brownfield projects located in 72 municipalities across the state.

Danbury details plans to become transport hub with new transit center

The city estimates the new Danbury Transit Center would cost $27-30 million, not including the costs of acquiring some surrounding property and environmental clean-up.

U.S. Sen. Murphy offers tax incentive bill for brownfield redevelopment

Sen. Chris Murphy has introduced legislation that would revive two expired tax incentives designed to spur the clean-up and redevelopment of contaminated industrial sites.

Norwalk’s Washington Village redevelopment takes giant step forward

Upon completion, the 136-unit Washington Village public housing project will be replaced by a 273-apartment complex.

Stratford begins demolition of toxic Contract Plating site

Stratford’s contaminated industrial Contract Plating site lay in decay for years, but in a matter of weeks the main building of the site will be reduced to rubble.

Brownfields in Bridgeport, Stratford targeted for cleanup

A total 20 sites in 16 communities around the state will receive brownfield remediation and redevelopment funding totaling $27 million in grants and loans.

Old rail line could spur a Yonkers resurgence

City officials and partners want to revitalize a Yonkers neighborhood around a pedestrian trail built along a former railroad right of way.