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245K SF FT For Development Site Student Housing Development Bridgeport, CT, United States
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Asset Type Student Housing
Trade Type Sale
SQ. FT. Available 245,000
Date Available 01/25/2018
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Parking 216
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Description

346 Dwelling Units / 13,000 1st Flr Retail
- 75 Studios @ Approx 611 sq. ft.
- 216 1 Bedrooms @ Approx 800 sq. ft.
- 48 2 Bedrooms @ Approx 1,180 sq. ft.
Located in the heart of the South End neighborhood in Bridgeport, CT, 330 Myrtle Avenue is proposed to be redeveloped into a pedestrian oriented mixed-use development consisting of a combination of commercial retail space, a balance mix of apartments units, townhomes, and various amenities, known as Century Gardens. Fully approved for redevelopment of the site in a manner which enhances and engages the community, including the University of Bridgeport and the intermodal transportation center as well as to nearby amenities like Webster Arena, Harbor Yard, and Seaside Park.

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