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60 acre energy-independent mass transit oriented development for Naugatuck

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Working with the Conroy Development Company, Fox & Fowle

has created a vision plan for redeveloping Naugatuck by celebrating

the magnets that originally spawned settlement in the community:

transportation and the riverfront setting. By focusing on

these assets, Naugatuck will have an opportunity to redefine itself

as a regional center, once more. The project, Renaissance Place,

is planned as a mixed-use development with residential, hotel,

retail, office, restaurants and services, as well as an intermodal

transportation center to enhanced access.

The first of which is planned to include over 550 new apartments,

220,000 square-feet of retail space along with public green

spaces, new roads, and improved gateways. The initial phase is

designed to spur economic development throughout the community

and attract interest from investors while increasing demand

for Metro-North service. Future development plans may include

up to three hotels with 500 rooms, 490,000 square feet of retail,

and up to 1,700 apartments, townhouses and live-work lofts.

Integral to the redevelopment plan is an accessible waterfront

with identifiable north and south gateways and extensions of two

main streets as thoroughfares for the complex.

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The referendum vote in Naugatuck gives the OK to sign a deal to move the Renaissance Place development forward.

The project will include retail stores, restaurants, office space, a movie theater and condominiums. This is transit oriented development in Connecticut! Everything is going to be within walking distance to the Metro-North station. The housing is going to be near the river and downtown. Residents will be able to walk to the village green, shopping, movie theater, gym, transit, and the river. They are going to be converting some old mills into live/work buildings.

Keep an eye on this project!

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The referendum vote in Naugatuck gives the OK to sign a deal to move the Renaissance Place development forward.

The project will include retail stores, restaurants, office space, a movie theater and condominiums. This is transit oriented development in Connecticut! Everything is going to be within walking distance to the Metro-North station. The housing is going to be near the river and downtown. Residents will be able to walk to the village green, shopping, movie theater, gym, transit, and the river. They are going to be converting some old mills into live/work buildings.

Keep an eye on this project!

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