Residential developer acquires three South Norwalk industrial parcels

TRD New York /
Jan.January 18, 2018 01:25 PM

The cavernous 40,000-square-foot industrial building at 57 Chestnut Street in South Norwalk housed Pac-Kit Safety Equipment, which assembled first-aid kits for more than a century before the firm was acquired and closed up shop in 2015. Now developer Keith Brown of RBA Properties has bought the property and two adjacent parcels, The Hour reported. Brown previously tried to redevelop the same street with mixed-use projects and with Condon Brown Builders has developed other projects such as the Haviland Gates town houses in South Norwalk. [The Hour]

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