West Hartford Town Council Gives Unanimous Approval to Farmington Avenue Mixed Use Project

The West Hartford Town Council gave a unanimous vote of approval to a project that will transform a key corner at the gateway to West Hartford Center, replacing two outdated and functionally obsolete office buildings with a mixed-use residential and commercial building that will will include 48 apartments and support the concept of “new urbanism.” “We will start with asbestos removal in a few weeks,” Krohn said. “We have already filed with the state.” While the remediation is underway, they plan to file for demolition permits with the goal of beginning full-out construction by June or July. The goal is to have the building ready for occupancy by 2023. “We really want people to populate and walk, and be a part of the community,” she said, and the project is a big step in that direction and will provide West Hartford with additional housing options.


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