14-story hotel proposed for property behind historic bank building in Downtown Stamford

TRD New York /
Jan.January 17, 2019 12:11 PM

A developer wants to build a 14-story hotel in downtown Stamford, the Stamford Advocate reported. The proposed 100-key hotel will rise behind the 119-year-old Stamford Savings Bank building and use the property at 160 Atlantic Street “as its primary entrance” if it gets the approvals it needs to move forward, according to the outlet. Land use consultant Richard “Rick” Redniss told the newspaper that a developer from the area is planning to buy the historic bank building in the city’s central business district and construct the hotel, but he didn’t reveal the developer’s identity. The hotel would rise next to a parking entrance for the Stamford Town Center and a restored park set to open later this year. [Stamford Advocate]


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