Glastonbury approves Amazon logistics ‘delivery station’ at former Glastonbury factory

The town’s plan and zoning commission on Tuesday approved Amazon’s plan to open a delivery station in the former Nabisco warehouse at 107 Eastern Blvd., a town official confirmed Wednesday morning. Amazon will reconfigure the 104,000-square-foot building and expand the parking lot. Winstanley Enterprises acquired the 12.5 acre property in Sept. 2020 for $4.4 million, according to land records. There would be approximately 28 Amazon “associates” and 15 managers supporting the Glastonbury operation, and 76 vans departing the facility between 9:50 a.m. and 11:10 a.m. each day. Amazon has opened numerous delivery stations in Connecticut in recent years in communities including Windsor, Wallingford, Orange, Danbury, Trumbull and Stratford.

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