Hartford HealthCare’s $50 million Norwalk hub begin period two

NORWALK — The perform proceeds on the new $50 million Fairfield County hub for Hartford HealthCare as leaders celebrated by breaking ground on the next phase of the task.

“We are thrilled to assist Hartford HealthCare’s continued growth in southern Connecticut via the innovative adaptive reuse challenge at 32 Knight St. in Norwalk,” explained Stanley M. Seligson, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Seligson Homes. “Medical place of work space has normally been a vital element of our firm’s escalating portfolio, and we’re energized to go on to invest in the wellness and vibrancy of our local community.”

Formerly a Lillian August home furniture retailer, the health and fitness-treatment hub will be designed on the 4.16-acre residence in the vicinity of Route 1. Plans for the redevelopment have been accredited by the Setting up and Zoning Commission in the tumble of 2022.

“In Norwalk, our residents are lucky to have a extensive range of major-notch health care alternatives,” Mayor Harry Rilling mentioned. “I want to thank Norwalk-dependent Seligson Attributes … for their contributions to our community around the a long time.”