Today our Valley Economic Adventure takes us to Seymour.
With a population of nearly 17,000 and a Land Area of 15 square miles, Seymour continues to experience growth at the Silvermine Industrial Park and new commercial development along the Route 67 Corridor. Among the projects of note are the following:
Basement Systems continues to grow, and now owns a total of 7 buildings in the Silvermine Industrial Park, with two new construction projects underway.
Microboard Processing, Inc. recently completed a second expansion project with financing provided by the State Department of Economic & Community Development (DECD).
New Grand Light recently completed its relocation to Day Street after spending nearly 100 years on Grand Avenue in New Haven.
Joe Migani has announced plans to construct a new residential property adjacent to the successful 16 Bank Street Project, a $3 Million enclave of Retail Boutiques and Senior Housing located in the former Ekhardt Furniture Building.
The Paul Pawlak Sr. Bypass Channel and Park at Tingue Dam was recently opened to the public, a $6.3 Million project designed to eliminate one of the last obstructions to migratory fish on the Naugatuck River. Located in the heart of downtown Seymour, this project adds another amenity and attraction for visitors to enjoy.
Greater Valley Chamber Staff, Interns & Members