Stamford Advocate: Norwalk Town Center Ready

Norwalk Town Center | BelpointeBelpointe Capital’s development project recently received some press in the Stamford Advocate. Norwalk Town Center is an urban infill development totaling more than 725 luxury apartments and approximately 200,000 square feet of commercial space.

A Norwalk development project formulated before the economic crash of 2008 has been reborn with the arrival of a Greenwich investment firm and its California-based partner, who plan to start work by the end of the year.

The Norwalk Zoning Commission has approved the first phase of Norwalk Town Center, a $200 million project that replaces the Waypointe project planned by Norwalk-based Stanley M. Seligson Properties.

In June, Greenwich real estate investment company Belpointe Capital LLC, partnered with MacFarlane Partners, a San Francisco-based institutional real estate investment management firm, in the project. Seligson Properties remains a partner in the project and is involved with the leasing for the mixed-use project, to be built over three phases and covering 10 acres and including 725 apartments.

Read more: Norwalk Town Center project ready to start

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