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"They could be really valid ideas," Fiorello said of Democratic proposals, "(but) do they have to be mandates?”
“If we want effective, efficient government, then zoning has to be in the hands of the towns,” says State Rep. Kimberly Fiorello (R-Greenwich).
Luiz Aragon, New Rochelle’s former commissioner of development, believes other municipalities can learn a lot from the way the city’s revitalization has unfolded and...
Bates’ resume includes serving in the U.S. State Department from 1992 to 2002, including as a Special Assistant for Europe to the Undersecretary of State, and a two-year stint as Director for Southeastern Europe at the White House National Security Council.
The founders of BRP Companies, who went to college in Boston, started investing in real estate there and now have grown a portfolio valued...
New Rochelle’s Commissioner of Development Luiz Aragon went to Washington on Jan. 16 to speak before a congressional subcommittee about bipartisan legislation known as the...
Norwalk Chief of Economic and Community Development Jessica Casey is co-chairing the effort, with Christie Stewart, director of the Fairfield County Center for Housing Opportunity, providing support.
The developments are The Reed located at 115 N. Broadway and The Dylan located at 42 Waller Ave.
The project would create a $500 million mixed-use, transit-oriented development next to the Harriman Metro-North Railroad station, about a mile south of Woodbury Common Premium Outlets.
Rent for a one-bedroom apartment will be $2,455, for a two-bedroom $3,650 and for a three-bedroom $5,300.
All of the repurposing and demolition of functionally obsolete office buildings is accomplishing the desired goals: less vacant space and a more balanced market.
The state-funded study will analyze existing conditions and develop a framework and vision for the future of the area around the train station.
Property tax revenue is unevenly divided between stations, with the town center generating 22 percent and the Fairfield Metro area contributing only 5 percent.
“The jobs created by these projects and the infrastructure enhancements will not only benefit us in the short term, but for generations to come,” said Office of Policy and Management Secretary Ben Barnes.
Approximately $250,000 of Stratford's $450,000 grant will cover costs associated with any environmental contamination discovered within the project boundary.
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