April 30, 2018
Today’s edition of the Hartford Business Journal features an article about a coming wave of new development projects in Farmington.
SNR is proud to have assisted with many of these projects, including the Pennington condominiums at the site of the former Chuck’s Steak house (currently under construction), the assisted living and elderly apartment projects on Farmington Avenue across from the Wood N Tap (breaking ground this month) and the project at Five Corners (breaking ground shortly).
Bob Reeve serves as a volunteer on the Farmington Economic Development Commission, and represents property owners before local land use agencies.
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