Norwalk looks to lure millennials with trendy NYC-style SoNo lofts

TRD New York /
Sep.September 07, 2017 05:24 PM

Real estate agents are looking to entice young professionals with New York City-inspired exposed brick and high ceilings in the SoNo lofts in Norwalk. Over a half-dozen lofts on the town’s main drag at the 83 Washington Street have hit the market, asking as much as $300,000. A one-bed unit with 909 square feet of space is asking $229,000. The lofts offer updated kitchens and short walks from restaurants, retail and the train station.  [The Hour]


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