Fairfield Hills Campus, Newtown, CT | Developer's Package - The Fairfield Hills campus is owned by the Town of Newtown, Connecticut. Campus redevelopment is ongoing and offers opportunities for private and municipal uses.
Fairfield Hills Campus, Newtown, Connecticut
 
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Selectmen Merge Land Use,
Planning, Development Departments

On August 18, (2014) selectmen endorsed eliminating the economic and community development director position and promoting Land Use Director George Benson to Director of Planning; increasing the responsibilities of Deputy Land Use Director Rob Sibley; and converting the economic development coordinator from a contract to a staff position, with added responsibilities for Betsy Paynter.

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  Developer's Package
 

The Fairfield Hills Authority is responsible for negotiating with private entities who are interested in leasing a building for commercial purposes upon the campus. In addition to selected buildings for reuse, areas for redevelopment are available.

Download the Developer's Package to learn more about the commercial opportunities and the current development activity upon the Fairfield Hills campus. You may also call Christal Preszler in the Newtown Economic and Community Development Office at 203-270-4282 to learn more about the Fairfield Hills campus or send an email to us at info@fairfieldhills.org.

Newtown, Connecticut is committed to helping your business grow. Our thriving community of more than 26,000 residents and our well-educated workforce are evidence of the historic opportunities Newtown offers your business - now and for the future.

Your business will benefit from close proximity to Connecticut's major metropolitan communities including Hartford, New Haven and Stamford. Newtown is conveniently located along Interstate 84, connecting Connecticut with New England to the east and New York, Pennsylvania and points beyond to the west.

 
 

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