Winstanley pledges 22 acres of open space as Enfield distribution center plan moves forward

Development giant Winstanley Enterprises is pledging to donate 22 undeveloped acres to Enfield as a conservation buffer to its planned 819,000-square-foot distribution center on the former Hallmark property. Winstanley, on Monday, announced its intention to donate 22 acres, a combination of field and woods, bordering Spruceland Road. That neighborhood runs along one side of Crescent Lake. Winstanley plans to begin construction of its distribution center by this summer, completing construction within one year. Winstanley spokesman Matthew Watkins previously said two undisclosed tenants have already signed letters of intent to occupy the building. The company owns and operates more than 9.3 million square feet of commercial space in Connecticut and 11.4 million square feet overall.

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