Danbury’s largest proposal for apartments, shops and offices will undergo its first review in 2022

Plans by Danbury-based developer Albert Salame to build 200 apartments, a 90-bed continuing care facility, and a handful of low-rise buildings for offices, retail and entertainment near the west side campus of Western Connecticut State University will be reviewed by the city’s Planning Commission during a public hearing on Jan. 19. The plan, known as WestConn Park is the largest development of its kind in Danbury, which continues to be one of the fastest-growing cities in the state. Most of the commercial and residential building is happening on the west side, in areas such as Mill Plain Road. At the same time, the top complaint elected leaders hear from Danburians along with concerns about overcrowding in the schools is traffic congestion and problems related to the city’s race to keeps its roads updated.


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