Local developer proposes 118 condos near Fairfield train station

TRD New York /
Jun.June 29, 2017 04:43 PM

Plans for a 118-unit residential condo development have been submitted for 333 Unquowa Road, the former home of Catholic fraternal organization, Knights of Columbus. Local developer, Robert D. Russo Jr. plans to create 81 one-bedroom units, 37 two-bedroom units, a shared rooftop deck with barbecue grills and a fireplace. There will be 192 off-street parking spaces available. The developer is seeking clarification from the Town Plan and Zoning Commission to see if the development qualifies as a transit-oriented downtown district. Property records show Russo paid $3.5 million for the site. [Fairfield Citizen]

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