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$400 million transit-oriented development in Redding

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When completed three years from now, the development in the Georgetown section of Redding, Conn., is expected to increase the population of the largely rural town by 10%, or 1,200 residents, adding 416 housing units. Small portions of the property are within the neighboring towns of Wilton and Weston.

The project, dubbed simply Georgetown, will have 300,000 sq ft of commercial space in 20 to 25 buildings of up to four stories, with many having restaurants and retail on ground floors topped by offices and condominiums on upper floors. It will also have a performing arts center, a police station, a 40,000-sq-ft satellite facility for the Wilton YMCA, a 600-space parking garage, and a new Metro-North Railroad station that will connect the new pedestrian-friendly community to New York and the rest of Fairfield County.

The project won unanimous approval from both the town

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