Norwalk developer scrambles to find new tenants as three retailers back out of project

TRD New York /
Jun.June 29, 2017 04:39 PM

The Container Store, Nordstrom Rack and King’s Bowl have opted out of signing leases in the Pinnacle shopping area planned for downtown Norwalk, the Stamford Advocate reported. An iPic Theater is still slated to open in the center, which is an addition to the existing Waypointe mixed-use development on West Avenue. Developer Belpointe Capital is in the process of recruiting new tenants for the project. [Stamford Advocate]

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