Cromwell approves permits for $100 million housing, retail complex at former hotel site

An application for a $100 million redevelopment project at the former Red Lion hotel property progressed through part of the town’s review process this week, bringing it another step closer to fruition. The Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency on Wednesday unanimously approved permits for the Lord Cromwell — a proposed mixed-use complex at 100 Berlin Road that will contain a combination of residential, commercial and recreational spaces. The application now advances to the Planning and Zoning Commission, where it will be subject to a public hearing for a special permit approval, Town Planner Stuart Popper said. A majority of the hotel property is already developed, Cassidy said. As part of the project, the structure will be completely razed, and a portion of the parking garage will be reused, plans show.

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