April 11, 2018
The Lambert-Kay factory building in downtown Winsted has been vacant for decades, and was taken over by the town of Winchester for unpaid taxes. The town secured state grants for environmental remediation, and sought a developer to re-purpose the building.
Long time SNR client Brian Lyman of Parker Benjamin Real Estate has extensive experience with similar projects, including the very successful Upson Market Place in Unionville which is described here https://scullynicksa.com/news/archives/upson-market-place-update/ and here https://scullynicksa.com/news/archives/unionville-village-success-story/
Over the past year we have worked with Brian and town officials to assist with the transfer of the building, which took place last week.The first tenant, a brewery, is expected to move in this summer, marking another step in the revitalization of downtown Winsted. More information can be found in this article.
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