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Winsted completes vetting of real estate group interested in Lambert Kay
The town has completed its vetting of Parker Benjamin Real Estate Services, Town Manager Robert Geiger ... the proximity to the Mad River and the presence of Northwestern Connecticut Community College were also attractive aspects of the idea, Lyman said.
Ben Lambert, The Register Citizen
06/09/17, 5:42 PM EDT
Updated: 10 hrs ago
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The former Lambert Kay property, as seen Friday on Lake Street in Winsted.
Ben Lambert — The Register Citizen
WINSTED >> The former Lambert Kay pet grooming supply factory at 32 Lake Stmay have a new owner in the near-future.
The town has completed its vetting of Parker Benjamin Real Estate Services, Town Manager Robert Geiger said Thursday, and is proceeding with further consideration of its offer to acquire the property.
Parker Benjamin is interested in re-purposing the former mill building, managing broker Brian Lyman said Friday.
Lyman has said previously that the company is seeking to construct a mix of shops, galleries, offices and a restaurant on the property, and described a similar interest Friday.
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