Norwalk apartment building gets new name after $ 103 million sale
NORWALK – The city’s second-tallest apartment building in the city’s historic downtown has been renamed The Confluence at Norwalk, after its original developer moved over to a New Jersey-based new owner in the spring.
Located on Belden Avenue a few blocks north of Wall Street, Avalon Norwalk was built in 2010 by AvalonBay, as part of a decade-long Connecticut apartment boom by the Arlington, Virginia-based giant. The building helped anchor a revival of the city’s historic core which included the Head of the Harbor Apartments and the Wall Street Theater.
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