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stengbeng t1_jd8ai4p wrote

I'm fine with development in that area of town because we need more overall housing in Norwalk, but it needs to be affordable. 37 affordable units is a joke.

Also, the developer's spokesperson has no idea where they're even building:

"John McCullough, President of Toll Brothers Apartment Living, said, “As our second project to break ground in the economically dynamic southeastern Connecticut corridor, following Julius, our 356-unit community in Stamford, we are excited to add Piper to our growing portfolio of luxury rental communities across the northeast."

As a lifelong resident of Norwalk, I was shocked to learn we are actually located in Southeastern Connecticut!