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February 11, 2022

Texas firm seeking zoning change for mixed-use development in Southington

Photo | Google The intersection of West and Curtiss streets in Southington.

A Texas-based developer is seeking an amendment to Southington’s zoning codes in hopes of building a mixed-use apartment complex along West Street.

Anthony Properties, which lists an address in Dallas, is petitioning the town’s planning and zoning commission to alter regulations pertaining to the “mixed use transition zone” where the prospective site is located, near the corner of West and Curtiss streets.

According to reporting from the Record-Journal, Anthony Properties is looking to invest $54 million into the project, which besides apartment units would also include commercial space and amenities for residents.

The commission has held a public hearing on the company’s application but has not yet rendered a decision.

The West Street corridor, once relatively quiet, has developed rapidly over the past several years, with the addition of new restaurants, an expansion of UConn Health’s offices and the debut of a Courtyard by Marriott hotel.

According to its online portfolio, Anthony Properties has developed residential, multi-family and commercial sites across the country, mostly in the Midwest and South.

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