Located just steps from the University of Connecticut, Storrs Center is Mansfield's new downtown created by some of the nation's most talented urban planners and anchored by one of the most prestigious public universities in the nation. Storrs Center's ideal location along Storrs Road (Route 195) makes it the new town center of Mansfield and the surrounding region. With walkable streets and parks, Storrs Center's mix of neighborhoods, shops, and businesses create the perfect community to play, live, and work.
Phase II of the development is a village street neighborhood consisting of three five-story and one four-story building containing both retail and residential units. The first floor contains retail shops and restaurants with a small number of residential units. The remaining floors are one, two, and three bedroom apartments with full amenities.
Storrs Center Phase II represents an outstanding opportunity for Centerplan Construction to continue to establish itself as leader in the Connecticut construction community. Its premier university location, tremendous captive market demand, and regional market potential make Storrs Center especially attractive. The residential construction utilizes modern floor plans, coupled with energy-efficient features and low-maintenance materials, which will provide both enjoyable and comfortable homes.
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