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"I've had clients buying properties sight unseen for cash" because of their rush to leave New York City, said one member of the Greater Norwalk Chamber of Commerce's "Real Estate Outlook" panel.
Upon completion of all phases, the former 136-unit Washington Village public housing project will have been replaced with 273 new, modern apartments.
“The election will be a game-changer if we shift back to higher taxes and more regulation," Webster Bank Senior Vice President Steve Andrews told members of the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 14. "Assuming there’s no change in November, I think we’ll probably go another couple of years without a slowdown.”
"More people are starting to take notice of who we are and what we have to offer," says Harry Rilling, recently elected to his fourth term as mayor. "We’ve got it all.”
Norwalk is planning to reassess the agency's role, with the possibility that some of its responsibilities could be moved back to the city itself.
Upon completion, Soundview Landing will replace the former 136-unit Washington Village public housing project with 273 new, modern apartments, inclusive of a one-for-one replacement of the 136 public housing units that previously existed.
All told, 14 projects, comprising 424 acres of redevelopment, are receiving $6.9 million.
Upon completion, the 136-unit Washington Village public housing project will be replaced by a 273-apartment complex.
A much-discussed plan to develop projects in and around the South Norwalk Metro-North train station looks to finally be moving forward.