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DANBURY, CT | Development Thread

Attention: Currently undergoing revamp...

Danbury, Hat City


Taken by: Daniel Case


Taken by: Me (Tubeworm) ~ Jan 2014

City Facts:
Danbury, Connecticut is located about 60 miles Northeast of New York City. According to the Census Bureau,
as of the 2011 estimation, Danbury has a small population of around 81,700. As of the 2007 census estimate,
the population of the Danbury NECTA (metropolitan area) was 162,700. Most of Danbury's bordering towns use
Danbury's recourses for daily errands. In the past few decades, Danbury has experienced a rapid population growth;
the population was only 65,600 in 1990. Danbury was also formerly called the "Hat City" because at one point,
it was the center of the hat industry. Danbury once produced 25% of America's hats! But more importantly, the
current Danbury is rapidly growing and reinventing itself. The United States is slowly redeveloping its economy
and so is Danbury. First off, I will be presenting the current buildings Danbury has to offer. Since Danbury is rather
small compared to its siblings down south along the Gold Coast (Stamford, Norwalk, Bridgeport, New Haven) and
its mother (NYC), I will be listing buildings with a minimum of 4 (or 3) stories with a minimum height
of 45 feet. In such a small city, even the small buildings make a difference visually.

Downtown Danbury:

Credit to: Main Street Renaissance Task Force (of Danbury)

Regional Map - Areas Covered in this forum: Danbury (City), Bethel and Brookfield "Suburbs" (Towns)

Credit: http://mappery.com/

Information used from:
Danbury Planning and Zoning: http://www.danbury-ct.gov/content/21...014/23017.aspx
Emporis: http://www.emporis.com/city/danbury-.../all-buildings
Phorio: http://en.phorio.com/
Honest Buildings: http://www.honestbuildings.com/
Open Buildings: http://openbuildings.com/homepage
Living Places: http://www.livingplaces.com/CT/Fairf..._District.html
Main Street Danbury: http://mainstreetdanbury.blogspot.co...max-results=13 Last Edit: August 16, 2008 Author: sharon
WCSU Historic District Database: https://www.google.com/fusiontables/...TbNgN-zUkOYxrg

Note: If the Structural Height is not listed and the Roof Height is present, then the Roof Height will be listed also as the Structural Height until further investigation.

Note: Please reply in a post if you have any corrections, unlisted information, or unlisted building! I will happily make changes!

Note: The "website" for each building is either the home page or the leading site of that specific building used to confirm.

Note: Parking Garages, Silos/Water Towers, and Electrical, Transmission, Radio, and/or any other Telecommunication Towers/Masts are not included in this list.

Key: Est. = Estimate ~ "..." = Unknown

Current Buildings:

150 ft+ = Red ~ 100 ft - 149 ft = Dark Orange ~ 50 ft - 99 ft = Dark Green ~ 45 ft - 49 ft = Black ~ Structural Ht. Unknown = Blue

Name - Use - Structural Ht. - Roof Ht. - Floors - Year Completed - Website

1) St. Peters Catholic Church (119 Main St.) - Religious - 175 ft - ... - 3 - 1875 - website SkyscraperPage Database

2) Danbury Hospital - Tower Building (24 Hospital Ave.) - Hospital - 170 ft - 170 ft - 12 - 1977 - websiteSkyscraperPage Database


3) Crowne Plaza Danbury (18 Old Ridgebury Rd.) - Hotel - 119 ft - 119 ft - 10 - 1981 (2012 Renovation) - website SkyscraperPage Database

4) Kimberly Place (19 Main St.) - Residential - 109 ft - 109 ft - 10 - 1982- SkyscraperPage Database


5) Danbury Hospital - South Building (24 Hospital Ave.) - Hospital - 99.4 ft (Est.) - 99.4 ft (Est.) - 7 - ... - website

6) Danbury Commons (51 Main St.) - Residential - 86.8 ft (Est.) - 86.8 ft (Est.) - 8 - ... -

7) Danbury Hospital - West Building (24 Hospital Ave.) - Hospital - 85.2 ft (Est.) - 85.2 ft (Est.) - 6 - ... - website

8) Danbury Hospital - Center Building (24 Hospital Ave.) - Hospital - 85.2 ft (Est.) - 85.2 ft (Est.) - 6 - ... - website

9) The Ethan Allen Hotel (21 Lake Ave. Ext.) - Hotel - 71.7 ft (Est.) - 71.7 ft (Est.) - 6 - 1972 - website

10) Lee Farm Corporate Park (83 Wooster Hts.) - Office - 70.4 ft (Est.) - 70.4 ft (Est.) - 5 - 1988 - website

11) Danbury Executive Tower (30 Main St.) - Office - 70.4 ft (Est.) - 70.4 ft (Est.) - 5 - 1981 -

12) The Matrix Corporate Center (39 Old Ridgebury Rd.) - Office - 70.4 ft (Est.) - 70.4 ft (Est.) - 5 - 1982 - website

13) Westy Storage Center Facility (15 Kenosia Ave.) - Warehouse - 63 ft (Est.) - 63 ft (Est.) - 4 - 1998 - website

14) Berkshire Corporate Park (10 Riverview Drive) - Office - 56.4 ft (Est.) - 56.4 ft (Est.) - 4 - 1998 - website

15) The Martha Apartments (161 Main St.) - Residential/Theatre - 54.3 ft (Est.) - 54.3 ft (Est.) - 5 - 1928 (Renovated Since) -

16) Comfort Suites Danbury (89 Mill Plain Rd.) - Hotel - 47.7 ft (Est.) - 47.7 ft (Est.) - 4 - 2001 - website

17) 11 Lake Ave. Ext. - Office - 47.5 ft - 47.5 ft - 5 - 1981 -

18) Ridgebury Corporate Center (44 Old Ridgebury Rd.) - Office - 45 ft (Est.) - 45 ft (Est.) - 4 - 1989 - website

19) SpringHill Suites Danbury (30 Old Ridgebury Rd.) - Hotel - 45 ft (Est.) - 45 ft (Est.) - 4 - 2002 (2005 Renovation) - website

20) Willow Grove @ Danbury (Avalon Lake Rd.) (6 Buildings) - Residential - 45 ft (Est.) - 45 ft (Est.) - 4 - ... - website

21) Putnam Tower (25 Beaver St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 8 - (2012 Renovation) - website

22) Wooster Manor (36 West Wooster St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 7 - ... - website

23) Fairfield Processing Corp. Building (88 Rose Hill Ave.) - Industrial - ... - ... - 7 - 1950 - website

24) Haas Hall (181 White St.) - Office/Educational - ... - ... - 6 - 1969 (2000 Expansion/Renovation) - website

25) WCSU - A. Searle Pinney Hall (University Blvd.) - Residential - ... - ... - 6 - 1999 - website

26) Brookview Commons (30 Crosby St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 5 - 2007 - website

27) Seifert Armory Building (5–15 Library Place) - Retail/Residential - ... - ... - 5 - 1891 -

28) Holiday Inn Danbury-Bethel @ I-84 (80 Newtown Rd.) - Hotel/Restaurant - ... - ... - 5 - 1973 - website

29) Hampton Inn Danbury (81 Newtown Rd.) - Hotel - ... - ... - 5 - 1983 (2005 Renovated) - website

30) Newbury Hall (181 White St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 5 - 1969 - website

31) WCSU - Centennial Hall (University Blvd.) - Residential - ... - ... - 5 - 2004 - website

32) WCSU - Grasso Hall (University Blvd.) - Residential - ... - ... - 5 - 1983 - website

33) La Quinta Inn & Suites Danbury (116 Newtown Rd.) - Hotel/Restaurant - ... - ... - 5 - 1971 (2010 Renovation/Expansion) - website

34) Danbury Mill (55 Oil Mill Rd.) - Residential - ... - ... - 5 - 1882 -

35) Avalon Danbury Apartments (2 Mountainview Terrace) (6 Buildings) - Residential - ... - ... - 5 - ... - website

36) Avalon Valley Apartments (53 Sand Pit Rd.) (10 Buildings) - Residential - ... - ... - 5 - ... - website

37) WCSU - Westside Classroom Building (University Blvd.) - Educational - ... - ... - 4 - 1981 - website

38) F.A. Hull Building (181-183 Main St.) - Retail/Educational - ... - ... - 4 - 1907 -

39) Marshall Building (111-113 Main St.) - Retail/Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1891 -

40) 238 Main St. - Retail/Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1892 -

41) Savings Bank of Danbury (35 West St.) - Office - ... - ... - 4 - ... - website

42) Ives Manor (198 Main St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 4 - ... - website

43) 10 Balmforth Ave. - Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1905 -

44) 266 Main St. - Retail/Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1885 -

45) 268 Main St. - Retail/Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1885 -

46) 57 North St. - Office - ... - ... - 4 - 1979 -

47) White Hall (181 White St.) - Office/Educational - ... - ... - 4 - 1925 - website

48) Augustana Homes (88 Main St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1870 - website

49) Plaza Executive Suites (100 Mill Plain Rd.) - Office - ... - ... - 4 - 1991 - website

50) Danbury Health Care Center (107 Osborne St.) - Hospital - ... - ... - 4 - ... - website

51) Danbury Training Center Building (155 Main St.) - Retail/Educational/Office - ... - ... - 4 - 1932 - website

52) St. Peter's School - Sacred Heart (98 Main St.) - Educational - ... - ... - 4 - 1895 (1909 Rear Expansion) - website

53) Courtyard Danbury (3 Eagle Rd.) - Hotel - ... - ... - 4 - 2002 (2009 Renovation) - website

54) Super 8 Danbury (3 Lake Ave. Ext.) - Hotel - ... - ... - 4 - 1982 - website

55) Residence Inn Danbury (22 Segar St.) - Hotel - ... - ... - 4 - 1999 (2005 Renovation) - website

56) Hilton Garden Inn Danbury (119 Mill Plain Rd.) - Hotel - ... - ... - 4 - 2000 (2011 Renovation) - website

57) 98 Mill Plain West (98 Mill Plain Rd.) - Office - ... - ... - 4 - 1989 -

58) Mill Plain Office Park (36 Mill Plain Rd.) - Office - ... - ... - 4 - 1984 -

59) Deer Hill Arms II (134-136 Deer Hill Ave.) - Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1988 -

60) Palace View (132 Main St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 4 - 1999 -

61) Cartus Corporation Building (40 Apple Ridge Rd.) - Office - ... - ... - 4 - 1985 - website

62) Danbury High School (43 Clapboard Ridge) - Educational - ... - ... - 4 - 1964 - website

63) WCSU - Science Building (181 White St.) - Educational/Observatory - ... - ... - 4 - 2005 - website

64) 4 Division St. - Residential/Retail - ...- ... - 4 - 1883 -

65) Danbury Hospital - North Building (24 Hospital Ave.) - Hospital - ... - ... - 4 - ... - website

66) Danbury Hospital - Stroock Building (24 Hospital Ave.) - Hospital - ... - ... - 4 - ... - website

67) 27 Hospital Ave. - Hospital/Office - ... - ... - 4 - 1988 -

68) First Congregational Church (164 Deer Hill Ave.) - Religious - ... - ... - 3 - ... - website

69) Saint James' Episcopal Church (25 West St.) - Religious - ... - ... - ... - 1872 - website

70) Saint Joseph's Church (8 Robinson Ave.) - Religious - ... - ... - ... - 1851 - website

71) Danbury Superior Courthouse (146 White St.) - Office - ... - ... - ... - Late 1980s- website

72) Keeler Building (143 Main St.) - Retail/Residential - ... - ... - 4 - ... -

73) Danbury Tower (40 Williams St.) - Residential - ... - ... - 4 - ... -

74) Danbury Fair Mall (7 Backus Ave.) - Commercial - ... - ... - 2 - 1986 (2008 Renovation) - website




Present/Future Development:

Since Danbury is rather small, we can list the projects that may not qualify to be listed above once they are completed (Stuff less than 50ft).
Feel free to post stuff below if I haven't done so yet! There are some projects included in this forum that are outside Danbury City lines
because they are significant projects in the area. These bordering towns include Bethel and Brookfield, Connecticut.

Main Sources:
DANBURY ZONING COMMISSION http://www.danbury-ct.gov/content/21...4/default.aspx By: City of Danbury
BROOKFIELD ZONING COMMISSION http://www.brookfieldct.gov/Pages/Br...ldCT_ZoningAg/ By: Town of Brookfield
BETHEL ZONING COMMISSION http://www.bethel-ct.gov/content/1190/83/default.aspx By: Town of Bethel
Regional/Local News Stations http://www.newstimes.com/, http://danbury.patch.com/, http://www.theridgefieldpress.com/

Note: The building number corresponds to the photo/rendering number of the same category. Not every building/project has a photo/rendering.

Note: The construction and/or reconstruction of Parking Lots & Garages/Roads/Sidewalks and Sewer/Water/Electrical/Gas Lines/Plants are not included in this development thread.

Note: Building Renovations are not included in this development thread.



Under Construction

Belimo Air Controls Facility Building (33 Turner Rd.)

Building Facts:
- 3 floors, ~ 53 ft
- 200,000 sq ft
- Expected Completion: 2014


Photo by: Mark Langlois


Rivington - The Hills Collection (6 Reserve Rd.)

Building Facts:
- 58 Total condo buildings, 2-3 floors


Toll Brothers


The Summit @ Bethel (50 Apollo Rd. (Bethel)

Building Facts:
- 65 condo buildings, 2-3 floors


Toll Brothers


Oak Meadows (540 Federal Rd. (Brookfield)

Building Facts:
-24 condo buildings, 3 floors


Oak Meadows


Hilton Homewood Suites (end of Prindle Lane)

Building Facts:
- 4 floors
- 109 Room extended-stay hotel
- Expected Completion: Fall 2014


Ridgeview (12 Clapboard Ridge Rd.)

Building Facts:
- 4 Condo Buildings, 3 floors
- 20 Town homes


Bethel Woods (74 Nashville Rd. (Bethel)

Building Facts:
- 20 Condo Buildings, 2.5 Floors
- Expected Completion: 2015
- 37 Units


Bethel Woods


Abbey Woods @ The Reserve (15 Abbey Ln.)

Building Facts:
- 5 Buildings, 5 floors


The Reserve


Stony Hill Inn Site (48-50 Stony Hill Rd. (Bethel)

Building Facts:
- 30 Retail/Condo Buildings, 3 stories
- B-1 is a 136 residential unit townhome and duplex community
- B-2 proposes 44,000 square feet of commercial development with 60 residential units


rms-companies

Sources:http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...ay-3377811.php By: newstimes.com Published 05:21 p.m., Friday, March 2, 2012
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...de-3848768.php By: newstimes.com Published: 10:58 p.m., Friday, September 7, 2012
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...nt-4098142.php By: newstimes Author: Michael Duffy Date Published: 9:48 pm, Thursday, December 13, 2012
http://nerej.com/62396 By: NEREJ Author: NEREJ Writers Published: April 19-25, 2013
http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/news...rd-4520333.php By: Stamford Advocate Author: Jason Rearick Published: 5:05 pm, Thursday, May 16, 2013
http://bethel.patch.com/articles/rea...t-construction By: Bethel Patch Author: Fred Musante Published: July 19, 2012
http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...my-4890720.php By: newstimes.com Author: Dirk Perrefort Published: 11:02 am, Sunday, October 13, 2013
http://bethel.patch.com/articles/maj...photo-10299026 By: Bethel Patch Author: Erik Ofgang Date Published: June 13, 2012




Proposals/On Hold

Kennedy Place (Kennedy Ave./Main St./Rose St.)

Building Facts:
- On-site demolition complete
- 3 Buildings, 3 floors
- 375 market-rate apartments with amenities


Health Care Center/Senior Housing (120 Main St. - 6 Boughton St.)

Building Facts:
- On-site demolition complete
- 2 Buildings, 5 floors
- 79 units




41-39 Hospital Ave., 3 Forest Ave.

Building Facts:
- Approved
- 1 floors
- Healthcare center


WCSU - S.F. Residence Hall (181 White St.)

Building Facts:
- Proposed


Interstate Business Center (end of Prindle Lane)

Building Facts:
- Proposed
- 2 floors
- 40,000-square-foot office building, 5,000-square-foot, 200-seat restaurant


The Residences @ Laurel Hill (40-64 Laurel Hill Rd. (Brookfield))

Building Facts:
- Approved
- 3 Buildings, 3 floors
- 72 Units, totaling 28,125 square feet


Dakota Partners


Laurel Hill Townhomes (57 Laurel Hill Rd. (Brookfield))

Building Facts:
- Approved
- 13 Units


The Barnyard (82-84 Stony Hill Rd. (Bethel))

Building Facts:
- Approved
- 1552 sq.ft. building andassociated amenities
- Retail


Oven Rock 'Condos or Houses' (62 Reservoir St. (Bethel))

Building Facts:
- Proposed, demolition complete
- 4(?) Condo Buildings or Houses, 3 floors
- 5 lot resubdivision
- 6.44 acres of open space


Christine Rose

Greene Acres Luxury Apartments (857-857A Federal Rd. (Brookfield))

Building Facts:
- Approved
- 3 Buildings (9,200 sq. ft. per building)
- 100 apartments


20 Vale Rd. (Brookfield)

Building Facts:
- Proposed
- 30,000 sq. ft. office building


Barnbeck Place (388-414 Federal Rd. (Brookfield))

Building Facts:
- 2 Buildings, 4 floors
- 60 units


Crosskey Architects


Crosskey Architects


Rivington (5-6 Reserve Rd.)

Building Facts:
- Proposed, partial excavation
- The Mews Collection, 10 Condo Buildings
- The Ridge Collection, 48 Condo Buildings
- Regency, 12 Condo Buildings
- Expected completion: 2023


Toll Brothers


Cotswold of Danbury (off Padanaram Rd./Eastwood Rd.)

Building Facts:
- Proposed
- 41 homes
- 44 units on 78 acres


Design Builders Group


TOO BE CONTINUED...

21) [Approved] [Demolition Pending] Brookfield Village (800, 802, 806 Federal Rd., 7 Station Rd. (Brookfield)) (4 Buildings) - Residential/Mixed-Use - ... - ... - 3 - Groundbreaking by Spring 2014 -
Quote:
...mixed use retail (21,047 sq. ft.) and residential (79 Units)...
22) [Proposed] 470 Federal Rd. (Brookfield) - Mixed-Use - ... - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
...18,550 sq. ft. Commercial Condominium building...
23) [Proposed] 227-235 Federal Rd. (Brookfield) - Commercial - ... - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
...12,000 SF Furniture Showroom, 12,629 Misc. Retail...
24) [Proposed] Echo Bay Marina Boat Storage Building (4 & 16 Elbow Hill Rd. (Brookfield)) - Commercial - ... - ... - ... - ... - website
Quote:
...a proposal from Echo Bay Marina to build a 24,076-square-foot boat storage building.
29) [Approved] [Demolition Occurring] Sandy Hook Elementary School (Dickinson Dr. (Newtown)) - Educational - ... - ... - ... - 2016 -
Quote:
...$49.25 million from the state to demolish the current Sandy Hook Elementary School and build a new one...
30) [Proposed] Padre Pio Academy (209 Tackora Trail (Ridgefield)) - Educational - ... - ... - 1 - ... -
Quote:
The new building would be about 7,600 square feet but only one story.
31) [Proposed] Turner Rd./Sawmill Rd. (Danbury/Ridgefield) - Residential - ... - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
...70 unit 2-bedroom townhouse development...
32) [Approved] Federal Correctional Institution (33 1/2 Pembroke Rd.) - Prison - ... - ... - 2015 - ... -
Quote:
...New female building on the same site, renovation of the men's building... Expected Cost: $8 - $10 Million...
33) [Proposed] Caraluzzi's Danbury Market (102 Mill Plain Rd.) - Retail - ... - ... - ... - ... -


Photos/Renderings:

30) Padre Pio Academy @ Ridgefield Drawing: by: David A. Schaefer


Sources:
http://www.wcsu.edu/planning/plan.asp By: WCSU Planning and Engineering - The 2007 Facilities Master Plan
http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...thel-52523.php By: newstimes.com Author: Newstimes of Danbury Date Published: 8:00 p.m., Sunday, April 29, 2007
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...ed-4088024.php By: newstimes.com Author: Nanci G. Hutson Publishing Date: 10:43 p.m., Monday, December 3, 2012
http://bethel.patch.com/articles/hot...tead-of-condos By: Bethel Patch Author: Christine Rose Date Published: August 31, 2012
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...ld-4109638.php By: newstimes.com Author: Nanci G. Hutson Date Published: 6:26 p.m., Tuesday, December 11, 2012
http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...use-175609.php By: newstimes Author: Vinti Singh Date Published: 1:21 am, Saturday, November 7, 2009
http://danbury.patch.com/articles/co...-city-approval By: Danbury Patch Author: Mark Langlois Published: 5:44 am, Wednesday, January 23, 2013
http://brookfield.patch.com/groups/b...-in-brookfield By: Brookfield Patch Author: Aaron Boyd Published: March 13, 2013 at 02:29 AM
http://danbury.patch.com/groups/poli...arking-worries By: Danbury Patch Author: Mark Langlois Published: August 25, 2013 at 09:29 PM
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...da-4843069.php By: newstimes.com Author: N/A Published: 4:36 pm, Wednesday, September 25, 2013
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...ce-4860561.php By: newstimes.com Author: N/A Published: 6:17 pm, Tuesday, October 1, 2013
http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...ok-4872742.php By: newstimes.com Author: Susan Tuz Published: 11:04 pm, Saturday, October 5, 2013
http://www.theridgefieldpress.com/15...xpansion-plan/ By: theridgefieldpress.com Author: Macklin K. Reid Published: March 3, 2013
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...ng-4879874.php By: newstimes.com Author: Nanci G. Hutson Published: 10:26 pm, Tuesday, October 8, 2013
http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...ry-4953872.php By: newstimes.com Author: Denis J. O'Malley and Ken Dixon Published: 12:03 am, Tuesday, November 5, 2013
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...#photo-5646161 By: newstimes.com Author: Dirk Perrefort Published: 9:59 pm, Thursday, December 26, 2013



Visions

Sources: http://www.ci.danbury.ct.us/filestorage/2803/doc._2.pdf By: Main Street Renaissance Task Force Date: 2008 Works Cited is included in their document The Following Quotes are taken from this document.
http://danbury.patch.com/articles/ey...#photo-7853982 By: Danbury Patch Author: Mark Langlois Date Published: September 21, 2011
http://danbury.patch.com/articles/ro...ore-demolished By: Danbury Patch Author: Mark Langlois Date Published: 5:46 A.M. August 27, 2012

150 ft+ = Red ~ 100 ft - 149 ft = Dark Orange ~ 50 ft - 99 ft = Dark Green ~ 45> ft = Black ~ Structural Ht. Unknown = Blue

Name - Use - Structural Ht. - Roof Ht. - Floors - Website

1) [Vision] Corner of Main and State Street - Residential/Commercial - ... - ... - 4 -
Quote:
This site consists of twelve parcels under single ownership totaling 3.7 acres. Of these, 2.46 acres are
developed and the remaining 1.24 acres are vacant. The site offers the opportunity for an intensification of
housing and commercial development.
2) [Vision] 293 Main St. - Retail/Office/Residential - ... - ... - 3 -
Quote:
This one-story building, located on a 0.18 acre lot at the corner of Main and White streets, contains several
uses and is the former site of Feinson’s men’s store. A three-story building with contextual linkages to the
Historic District and corner accents would make a more powerful and distinctive statement while retaining
tenants and intensifying development. Parking is limited, though off-site public parking is available.
3) [Vision] 99 Railroad Place - Commercial - ... - ... - 3 -
Quote:
This one story building lies adjacent to the Danbury Green on a 0.22 acre lot. Should the tenant relocate,
the parcel could be redeveloped into a three-story brick commercial building which would intensify
development and be more in keeping with adjacent buildings and uses. The Patriot Garage is nearby.
4) [Vision] 195-197 Main St. - Commercial/Residential - ... - ... - 3 -
Quote:
These two small vacant parcels consist of only 0.09 acres and were the former site of the O’Faia Restaurant
before being destroyed by fire in the 1990s. The site provides the opportunity for new development on
Main Street.
5) [Vision] Elm St. and Tower Place - Commercial/Residential - ... - ... - 4 -
Quote:
Commercial development on Elm Street and five adjacent residential lots on Tower Place under single
ownership provide the opportunity for redevelopment, including new retail and services on Elm Street and
a significant increase in market rate housing.
6) [Vision] [Demolition] 14-20 Crosby St. - Commercial - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
These parcels are under single ownership consist of 0.33 acres. The parcels could be used for new building
development.
7) [Vision] Palace Theater Parking Lot (Keeler St.) - ... - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
Six abutting lots under single ownership include the Palace Theater and Martha Apartments, though the
bulk of the site, about two acres, is used largely as a parking lot. The parking area is of sufficient size for
construction of a parking facility or a combination building/parking structure.
8) [Vision] Redevelopment Parcel 9 (32 Patriot Drive) - Office - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
This City-owned 0.63 vacant site at the corner of Patriot Drive and Pahquioque Avenue is the last parcel of
the redevelopment site to remain undeveloped. A professional office was once proposed, though
environmental contamination and poor access were inhibiting constraints. An access easement from
abutting property on Pahquioque Avenue may be necessary to allow development to proceed. The site is
close to the Patriot Garage and Metro-North Train Station.
9) [Vision] [Site Demolition Complete] 63 Osborne St. - Residential - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
Danbury Landlord Joseph DaSilva, who owns three vacant and dilapidated apartment houses at the corner
of Hospital Avenue and Osborne Street, tested the soil there Tuesday in anticipation of tearing down the old buildings
and replacing them with one apartment building.
10) [Vision] [Site Demolition Complete] 89 Rose Hill Ave. - Industrial - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
"We look at the vacant lot every day. It's a great site and it would be great to expand there," Young said.
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton said the city has been in talks with Fairfield Processing for years and will consider a fair offer.
11) [Vacant Lot] [Site Demolition Complete] 30 Rowan St. - .... - .... - ... - ... -
Quote:
The city has no plans in hand for any future development on the site.
12) [Vision] [Partially Excavated] 13 Shelter Rock Rd. (Bethel) - Residential - ... - ... - ... -
Quote:
...3 Approved Building Lots...lot size 1.41 acres...
Photos/Renderings:

1) Corner of Main and State Street Redevelopment: Photo by: Main Street Renaissance Task Force (of Danbury)


2) 293 Main St. Redevelopment: Photo by: Main Street Renaissance Task Force (of Danbury)


3) 99 Railroad Place Redevelopment: Photo by: Main Street Renaissance Task Force (of Danbury)


4) 195-197 Main St.: Photo by: Main Street Renaissance Task Force (of Danbury)


5) Elm St. and Tower Place Development: Photo by: Main Street Renaissance Task Force (of Danbury)




Other Developments

Sources:http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...ry-3700182.php By: newstimes.com Author: Dirk Perrefort Published Date: 10:55 p.m., Wednesday, July 11, 2012
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...rk-4208556.php By: newstimes.com Author: Dirk Perrefort Published: 9:23 pm, Saturday, January 19, 2013
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...wn-3747588.php By: newstimes.com Author: Nanci G. Hutson Published Date: 12:12 a.m., Tuesday, July 31, 2012
http://www.danburybranchstudy.com/do...compressed.pdf By: Connecticut Department of Transportation Published: September 2010
http://www.newstimes.com/local/artic...ng-4722946.php By: newstimes.com Author: Eileen FitzGerald Published: 3:15 pm, Saturday, August 10, 2013


Name - Use - Structural Ht. - Targeted/Expected Completion - Website

1) [Vision] High Speed Rail Danbury Station - Transportation - N/A - 2040 - website

2) [Proposed] Kennedy Park Revitalization - Downtown - N/A - ... -
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...upwards of $200,000 for revamping Kennedy Park... Boughton hopes to include money in the city's
next budget for the project...new plantings and walkways, as well as water and electrical services for
the farmers market...electronic sign could be included in the designs to tell people about upcoming
events in the city, as well as signage about the legacy of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy,
after whom the park is named...
3) [Proposed] Bethel Train Station Transit Oriented Development (Bethel) (133 acres) - Residential/Commercial/Retail - N/A - ... - website

4) [Proposed] Danbury Train Station Transit Oriented Development (Downtown Station) - Residential/Commercial/Retail - N/A - ... - website

5) [Proposed] North Danbury Station (12 Riverview Drive or Lot #32 on Federal Rd.) - Transportation - N/A - ... - website

6) [Proposed] Brookfield Train Station (92 Pocono Rd. or 272 Whisconier Rd. (Brookfield)) - Transportation - N/A - ... - website

7) [Vision] Four Corners (TCD) Revitalization & Transit Oriented Development (Brookfield) - Downtown - ... - 2020+ (Roads/Side Walks)/Ongoing Progress - website

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1) High Speed Rail Project: Photo by: Amtrak

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The project is the construction of a high-speed rail line stretching from Washington, D.C. through New York to Boston.
Amtrak's plan calls for one of the seven stops on the northern half of the route to be built right here in Danbury.
3) Bethel Train Station TOD District: Photo by: HVCEO

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The highest density development is closest to the train station. Development from the west side of the tracks will require
an “up and over” pedestrian connection to the existing platform or the construction of a new platform on the west side of the tracks.
5/6) North Danbury & Brookfield Train Station Map: Photo by: HVCEO

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Danbury Branch Line
7) Four Corners (TCD) Revitalization: Photo by: Daryn Rowley / CT

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Head Start of Northern Fairfield County Building (37 Foster St.) Construction Update:

Photos a little old: Taken on June 4, 2012
Credit goes to: Michael Duffy / The News-Times

I took a drive around the site and the foundation is well underway in October...

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Visual and Performing Arts Center (University Blvd.) Construction Update:

Steel Is Topped Out as of September - Ceremony held...

Photos taken on 9/7/2012
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I hope that Metro North extension to New Milford happens soon. It's definitely needed.

And supposedly there are plans to electrify the whole route. That would be huge.
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I hope that Metro North extension to New Milford happens soon. It's definitely needed.

And supposedly there are plans to electrify the whole route. That would be huge.
Here is some more information on the project!

This is taken from the HVCEO:

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PHASE 1 Phase I service expansion adds additional peak hour shuttle service, additional midday service, and an additional reverse commute. This phase calls for more intensive use of the two shuttle trains currently in service on the Danbury Branch Line and the purchase of one additional shuttle train.

In Phase 1 total daily train trips rises from 22 to 31. This investment is estimated to attract 400+ daily new riders. Costs are $5.3 million for capital and $1.3 million for annual operating. To allow for ridership growth, there is then a gap of three years before the Phase 2 Branch Line service expansion described below is implemented.

PHASE 2 Danbury Branch service expansion, scheduled for year 7, builds directly upon Phase 1. It calls for one new through roundtrip to NYC, additional midday service and an additional reverse commute. This phase is projected to attract 242+ daily new riders, in addition to the 400+ attracted by Phase 1.

In this phase the number of train trips rises from 31 to 38, accomplished via more intense use of the three existing shuttles and the purchase of one additional equipment set for the through train. Phase 2 costs are $12.9 million for capital and $.9 million for annual operating.

PHASES 3 to 5 An additional three expansions, Phases 3 to 5, would extend rail passenger service to a new station near I-84 in northern Danbury, then further north to New Milford, CT. Estimated new ridership is 559. As an historical note, passenger rail service was last operated north of Danbury to New Milford (and on to Pittsfield, Mass.) in 1971.

By restoring service to New Milford, the Norwalk to Danbury Branch mileage of 23.6 would be extended another 14.3 miles, to 37.9. Of critical importance, this is the direction of rapidly growing commuter flows in Fairfield and southern Litchfield Counties.
Currently, the project is in Phase II and construction on the existing railway infrastructure is being worked on:
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Project News Website:http://www.danburybranchstudy.com/
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Four Corners Revitalization (Brookfield Town Center District) looks to be progressing very quickly! The Residences @ Laurel Hill (40-64 Laurel Hill Rd.) and Laurel Hill Townhomes (57 Laurel Hill Rd.) have been approved by Brookfield Zoning Commission and are scheduled to break ground next spring (of 2013). Those with more information on the project, please fill me in! These will be some of the very first new developments associated with the Four Corners Revitalization.
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WCSU - Visual and Performing Arts Center:

Western's Visual and Performing Arts Center takes shape
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West side development a boon to Danbury economy
By: Dirk Perrefort, Published 2:24 pm, Saturday, October 12, 2013
http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...my-4890720.php

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Nearly a thousand housing units, from luxury apartments to townhouses, have been built in an area known as "The Reserve," a 545-acre planned neighborhood development that hugs the New York state border along Interstate 84. Another 1,112 luxury units are planned for the section of the Reserve known as Rivington, where more than 300 units have already been built.
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Here is a layout I made of the rapidly developing Brookfield Center.

Northern site: Greene Acres Luxury Apartments (857-857A Federal Rd.)
- Approved for 100 Apartments between three 9,200 sqft buildings
Center site: Brookfield Village (800, 802, 806 Federal Rd., 7 Station Rd.)
- Approved for 21,047 sq. ft. of mixed use and 79 residential units between 4 buildings rising 3 stories
Southern sites: The Residences @ Laurel Hill (40-64 Laurel Hill Rd.)
- Approved for a total of 28,125 sqft between 3 buildings rising 3 stories, 72 units
Laurel Hill Townhomes (57 Laurel Hill Rd.)
- Approved for a 13 unit townhouse complex

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Kennedy Place Developments

Details emerge about $70 million Kennedy Place deal
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More details emerged Friday about the potential for a national developer to complete the long stalled Kennedy Place housing project in the city’s downtown.

Local developer Dan Bertram, a principal with the BRT Corp. that owns the property, confirmed in August that a national developer was interested in the project and that negotiations were ongoing.

On Friday, Mayor Mark Boughton said a group of private equity investors financing the deal had visited the city last week to look at the site and speak with area officials.

He added that the deal is worth about $70 million and a developer, “who is bigger than Avalon” is committed to the project and wants to build 367 high end luxury apartments on the site with “lots of amenities.”

In 2007, the project was approved to create for 589 housing units on the 10-acre property that sits between Kennedy Park and Rose and Main streets. The site once was home to the Danbury Mall and later the manufacturer Amphenol.

The project never got underway, however, because of the crash in the housing market resulted from the Great Recession that hit about a year after the approvals were in place.

The housing, Boughton said, would be a big boon for the city’s downtown by having people with disposable income living within walking distance of Main Street.
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Condos making a comeback
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McCarthy is also representing the Ridgeview condo complex currently under construction in Danbury on Clapboard Ridge Road. While the buildings have yet to be completed, McCarthy said they've already sold several units in the development.

"People are coming back to buying dirt and air, they are putting money down on something that hasn't been built yet," she said. "That's something we haven't seen in a long time."
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Paul Scalzo, the president of Scalzo Group Real Estate Services, said development along with city's west side, particularly the Rivington complex under development by Toll Brothers, is helping to drive the area's condo market.

The complex, which is still under construction, includes luxury townhouses, flats and carriage houses can cost as much as $500,000.
Completed: Riverview (871 Rederal Road, Brookfield)


Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013. Photo Credit: Carol Kaliff

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Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013. Photo Credit: Carol Kaliff


Under Development: Ridgeview (12 Clapboard Ridge Road, Danbury)


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Kennedy Place Update:

Huge scale-down from the earlier proposal, but it is not a surprise.

Firm looks to build in downtown Danbury
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013



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DANBURY -- Details of a housing proposal by a national development firm that could invest $70 million in the city's downtown were unveiled Tuesday during a City Council ad-hoc committee meeting. The project is being touted as a key to downtown revitalization.

The focus of the meeting was on whether the city would offer a seven-year tax deferral on property improvements once the project is completed.

The project had been approved under the name Kennedy Place. But that 586-unit development by the property owner, BRT Corp., stalled when the recession hit about five years ago. Daniel Lee, a director with the Virginia-based Greystar development, said his company wants to take over the project and to build about 375 market-rate apartments with amenities such as a clubhouse, a cyber cafe, pool and a fitness room.

"We believe in this project and we believe in downtown Danbury," Lee said, adding Greystar is one of the largest property management firms in the nation and has signed more than $1.7 billion in development deals in the past two years.

The Kennedy Avenue proposal would include three, three story main buildings, Lee said, with mostly one-bedroom units and some two- and three-bedrooms apartments. Estimated monthly rents range from $1,800 to $2,600, he said.

Lee said company officials were attracted to the property because of its downtown location, easy access to major transportation hubs including Metro-North Railroad, and the pedestrian-friendliness of the location.
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The mayor and CityCenter Chairman Tom Devine said the project would lead to interest and development downtown and attract new retailers to Main Street.
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Dan Bertram, the principal with property-owner BRT, said Greystar has a great reputation.

"We are very excited to have Greystar involved in the continuation of the urban renewal of downtown Danbury," Bertram said. "We love their approach to the project and we are excited to see it moving forward."

Lee said Greystar hopes to start construction next year.
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More West-side development:

Caraluzzi's looks to open Danbury market
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DANBURY -- Officials with Caraluzzi's Market, a locally owned grocery store chain for more than 60 years, are negotiating to open their first store in the city, along Mill Plain Road.

Mark Caraluzzi, president and chief executive officer of Caraluzzi's, said they want to buy a parcel of vacant land on the western end of Mill Plain Road for a new store.

It would be the fourth store the company has opened since it started business in Bethel in 1949 as the Bethel Fruit and Vegetable Market.

Caraluzzi said while the plans are still in the exploratory stage, he hopes to build a Caraluzzi's Danbury Market along with a Caraluzzi's Wine and Spirit Super Store on Danbury site, 102 Mill Plain Road.

There could also be room in the new building for a few other tenants, he said.

Growth in the western side of the city, including thousands of condos under construction in an area commonly referred to as The Reserve, off Old Ridgebury Road, will generate the need for another supermarket in that area, Caraluzzi said, especially one owned by a local family.
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^^^ Great supermarket. . .have been to the ones in Bethel and Newtown.

Keep up this thread! Didn't realize all of the development happening / in the works within Danbury.
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Currently, the project is in Phase II and construction on the existing railway infrastructure is being worked on:


Project News Website:http://www.danburybranchstudy.com/


Glad to hear that they're in phase 2 of the project.

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And supposedly there are plans to electrify the whole route. That would be huge.
Are they using diesel locomotives? Aren't those a bit slow?
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