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New Apartments Coming to Main Street in Danbury

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June 16, 2019

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The $13-million, 150-apartment complex is slated to begin construction in the fall.

DANBURY, CT — A developer's plan to replace the 60,000-square-foot former News-Times building with a six-story apartment complex received city land-use approvals last week, the News-Times is reporting.

The $13-million, 150-apartment complex is slated to begin construction in the fall. The building, located at 333 Main St., is across the street from the 275-unit Kennedy Flats. That 10-acre residential complex was 90 percent rented last year when it was sold by the developer Greystar for $86 million.

Construction of the new apartments is expected to take 18 months, following the demolition of the existing building, which could now begin in as soon as a month.

By Rich Kirby, Patch Staff | Jun 17, 2019 8:57 am ET