Contact: Tom York
For Immediate Press Release
East Hartford, CT – January 2021 – The Town of Groton engaged GOMAN+YORK’s advisory and brokerage teams to provide a strategy to sell and redevelop the 14-acre property known as William Seely School. The 57,000 sq. ft. school, which has been vacant and underutilized for many years, is situated on a highly trafficked area at the junction of Interstate 95 and State Routes 12 and 184.
“The site provided an excellent development opportunity with its prominent location and Groton’s expanding workforce,” stated Rob Montesi of GOMAN+YORK. “We were pleased to bring the parties together to help formulate a deal that will add a much-needed, amenity-rich Class A multifamily product to the mix. Ultimately, the project, ‘Triton Square,’ should attract and entice many of the 80% of skilled and well-paid workers who have been living in other towns, to live in the Town of Groton, ultimately benefitting the town, the community, and its local employers.”
Former Seely School Property Challenges
GOMAN+YORK’s Planning and Processes
Property sale to Connecticut-based DonMar Development, for proposed development of 280+ -unit apartment complex, replete with many modern features and amenities, as well as public access to walking trails and potential development with adjacent property.
GOMAN+YORK represented the seller, the Town of Groton, in the sale to DonMar Development of North Haven, CT.
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R. Montesi Head shot
conceptual design of Triton Square