Krohn, of New Britain’s Jasko Development, and Zelman, of West Hartford’s Zelman Real Estate, said in a recent interview that they’ve named the project The Residences at Wash Brook, after one of several nearby brooks at the 20-acre site located midway between Routes 178 and 218. Fresh project renderings show a two-story atrium with a mezzanine just inside the entrance to the four-story building. Krohn and Zelman declined to disclose the project price tag and said it was too early to reveal asking rents. The developers applied for and received town approvals for the project last year after the COVID-19 pandemic struck Connecticut. The coronavirus had minimal impact on the project’s design, though Zelman and Krohn made sure to include nooks or other spaces inside the apartments that can be used as workstations for tenants who telecommute.