#46: 33 Crosby Street

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You can’t help but be hopeful about Danbury’s revitalization when you look at the transformation that’s occurred at 33 Crosby Street.

 


 

You can’t help but be hopeful about Danbury’s revitalization when you look at the transformation that’s occurred at 33 Crosby Street.  What was once a rundown building, leased to a Sherwin Williams and a dry cleaners, is now a sharp evergreen edifice, home to a Papa John’s Pizza, Bruegger’s Bagels and A Common Ground community arts and dance studio.  Dan Bertram, of BRT Corporation, is the developer behind the newly minted Crosby corner.  BRT also owns the sleek Brookview Commons apartments, adjacent

Peek around the backside of 33 Crosby and you’ll see one of local artist Joe DiGuiseppi‘s beautiful murals – a series of windows peeking into a “hopping urban scene”.  Now if only that mural could come to life here in Danbury…

-Amanda Bloom

 

Photo by Kristin Hankins. Joe DiGuiseppi at one "window" of his new mural. Dan Bertram and 33 Crosby back in May. Photo: Michael Duffy / The News-Times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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