Apartment conversion planned for Stamford antique store

TRD New York /
Aug.August 16, 2018 11:15 AM

A developer plans to convert an antique store in Stamford into an apartment building. A limited liability company that snapped up the 1968-built store on Shippan Avenue for $1.8 million last year has started renovating the building after securing the Zoning Board’s approval, the Stamford Advocate reported. The renovated building will house more than two dozen apartment units, including four affordable ones, according to the outlet. [Stamford Advocate]

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