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A city of southwest Connecticut northwest of Bridgeport. Settled in 1685, it was a hat manufacturing center until the early 1900s. The city was largely destroyed by the British in 1777 during the American Revolution.


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a city in SW Connecticut. 64,420.
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CBRE announced that Jeffrey Dunne, Gene Pride and Eric Apfel represented the seller, Beachwold Residential in the sale of Willow Grove, a 135-unit Class-A apartment community in Danbury, Connecticut to an affiliate of Friedkin Realty for $31.
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