Stamford’s building boom shows no sign of slowing

And no other Connecticut city is building housing in quite the way Stamford is, data shows. After a decade of building in fallow fields and industrial graveyards, city developers are now beginning to tear down and replace buildings from not long ago; buildings put up during the the Urban Renewal period that began in the late 1960s, when F.D. Rich Co. won the right to build atop 130 downtown acres.

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