Plan to tear down Washington Village in Norwalk moves forward

The Planning and Zoning Commission approved some modifications to the plan Wednesday night. (2/21/14)

NORWALK - A plan to tear down and rebuild the state's oldest public housing complex in Norwalk has gotten final approval. 

The Planning and Zoning Commission approved some modifications to the plan Wednesday night.

It includes knocking down the current Washington Village complex and replacing it with more than 250 units of townhouse-style housing.

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The project will cost around $100 million.

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