West Hartford Convent, Grounds May Be Sold For Redevelopment

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My colleague Julie Stagis reports that the Sisters of St. Joseph are seeking to sell their expansive 22-acre campus at the corner of Park Road and Prospect Avenue.

The sisters have requested proposals for potential development of the property, which also includes a 185,000-square-foot convent and a chapel.

Julie reports:

Town officials say the property provides a unique opportunity for new development in a town that’s mostly built out. Between this and the upcoming sale of the 58-acre University of Connecticut property off Trout Brook Drive, the town may see new development occur at a level that it hasn’t in years.
Read Julie’s story here.
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One thought on “West Hartford Convent, Grounds May Be Sold For Redevelopment

  1. k

    Why not make it into non overpriced apartments with ammenties that you dont have to make a 6 figure salary to afford. Since thats the biggest problem with CT apartments, there all overpriced and theres no regulation against it.

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