Windsor, CT Windsor mayor Don Trinks, Department of Economic and Community Development deputy commissioner Tim Sullivan, Associated Construction Company president Joseph Jankowski, members of the Windsor town council and other state and local officials joined Martin Kenny of Lexington Partners, to celebrate the official grand opening of Windsor Station Downtown Apartments, a $23 million, transit-oriented, 130-unit luxury multifamily rental community. To date, the property is 93% leased since opening its doors in March.
Windsor Station is located on 6.5 acres on Mechanic St., east of the Windsor Town Hall. The market rate rental community is also adjacent to the Windsor Rail Station which provides active service to Hartford, New Haven, and Springfield, Mass.
The Windsor Station residences are comprised of two four-story elevator buildings which will be clad mostly in brick with a clock house tower that will have views of the Windsor rail station. During construction the project created 350 construction jobs and now has 10 full-time permanent jobs to manage the property.
“Today’s ceremony is more great news for Windsor and proof that the Town is leading the way when it comes to attracting and promoting quality economic development,” said mayor Trinks. “Windsor Station clearly fits and complements Windsor Center’s Transit Oriented Development Master Plan and Redevelopment Strategy and will help strengthen and enliven our wonderful town center.”
“Windsor Center is one of the most attractive areas in Southern New England for an investment like Windsor Station,” said Kenny. “We appreciate the mayor, town council and town staff’s support as well as the assistance of the State of Connecticut. All those entities came together to make this new, transit oriented, luxury community a reality for Windsor. We expect Windsor Station will bring further momentum and more feet to the street in one of the most beautiful and historic town centers in New England.”
Windsor Station is being developed by Lexington Partners, LLC and LAZ Investments.