Press conference to be held to announce start of construction of redeveloped downtown Westport (CT)


WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 1, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — A press conference will be held tomorrow – Tuesday, June 2, 2015 – at 10 am to launch the construction phase of the redeveloped and transformed Bedford Square section of Downtown Westport. The press conference will be held at the Spotted Horse Tavern on Church Lane, followed by a ceremonial groundbreaking across the street once the press conference has concluded. Construction is expected to conclude in early 2017. All members of the media are welcome to attend.

The press conference is being held by Bedford Square Associates, a partnership between David Adam Realty of Westport (CT) and Charter Realty and Development of Westport (CT), Rye (NY) and Boston (MA).

The Bedford Square Project is an adaptive reuse of two historic buildings in the heart of Downtown Westport – the YMCA building and the historic firehouse – which will make them the centerpiece of a 110,000 square-foot redevelopment that will being housing, retail, office space, below-grade parking, expanded and lighted sidewalks, public art and public gathering places to Bedford Square. This will be the only downtown redevelopment project of its kind in Fairfield County.

Also at the press conference, Bedford Square Associates will announce a major agreement with an anchor retail tenant at the site.

EVENT: Press Conference followed by ceremonial groundbreaking

DATE: Tuesday, June 2, 2015

TIME: 10 am

PLACE: Spotted Horse Tavern
26 Church Lane
Westport, CT
(Directly across Church Lane from construction site)

Dan Tapper
Sullivan & LeShane Public Relations, Inc.
289 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
(860)560-1287 (fax)
(860)573-4236 (cell)


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