Stamford residents upset with apartment developers

Developers for an apartment complex in Stamford say they're trying to work with neighbors who are upset with their building plans.The owners and developers of

STAMFORD - Developers for an apartment complex in Stamford say they're trying to work with neighbors who are upset with their building plans.

The owners and developers of the Nagi Apartment complex on High Ridge Road held a meeting last night.

They say they want to reach some common ground over the vacant lot between Bradley and Maplewood places.

Developers now say they'll only build 17 units instead of 22 in hopes of making neighbors happier.

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