Stamford - Downtown Projects and construction

One of Stamford's last vacant downtown lots could become a 2-building, seven-story apartment complex


STAMFORD — One of the city’s last vacant lots downtown could be on the verge of a major redevelopment creating hundreds of new apartments.

Last week, the Planning Board voted unanimously to recommend plans for two seven-story residential buildings, totaling 471 apartments, in the 70-100 blocks of Clinton Avenue.

The 4.3-acre site is located along the Rippowam River. Officials have been working for decades to piece together a riverside walking path connecting Scalzi Park to Kosciuszko Park — a central facet of long-term plans to expand Mill River Park.
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