Luxe rental apartment community ‘The Curb’ to open in Norwalk

TRD New York /
Jan.January 03, 2019 02:57 PM

Stamford-based developer Building and Land Technology will bring 235 luxury rental apartments to Norwalk on Jan. 5 when it officially opens The Curba newly constructed complex that has co-working space, a dog park, a walking and running trail, a fitness center, outdoor grills and fire pits, a pool and a sundeck, according to The Hour. The outlet noted the opening is part of a development by BLT known as Grist Mill Village that will ultimately include more than 700 apartments in three buildings. Studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments at The Curb are renting from $1,600 to almost $2,800 per month, according to New tenants are set to move in on Jan. 11. The property on which The Curb is built, which once served as the headquarters of U.S. Surgical Corporation, was bought by an affiliate of BLT in 2013. [The Hour]

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