Posts Categorized: The Great Greater Danbury Project

#8: Andrea Gartner

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Andrea Gartner is the best thing to happen to Danbury since the Gas Ball. Andrea Gartner is the best thing to happen to Danbury since the Gas Ball. As manager of CityCenter Danbury, Gartner is truly committed to a downtown revitalization and unafraid of challenging… Read more »

#5: Jaywalking

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One of the great things about Danbury is the attitude of its people, especially concerning when and where to cross the street. One of the great things about Danbury is the attitude of its people, especially concerning when and where to cross the street. Anyone… Read more »

#4: Stew Leonard’s

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How often have you heard an out-of-towner exclaim, “You have a Stew Leonard’s?!” Stew’s at 99 Federal Road has it all: coffee, cake, cheese, pizza, sushi, veggies, ice cream, mechanized giant toy performances, lobster tanks… Stew’s is one of those cleverly designed stores that force… Read more »

#3: Tarrywile Park

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Go down Main Street, take a few turns, and voila, you’re at Tarrywile Park. Go down Main Street, take a few turns, and voila, you’re at Tarrywile Park, a beautiful piece of land with 21 miles of trails, a community center, gardens, a (dilapidated) castle,… Read more »

#2: Majesty Bridal Boutique

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This Main Street bridal boutique faithfully changes the mannequin’s outfits at least once a week.   Majesty Bridal Boutique at 181 Main Street showcases some truly beautiful and eye -catching dresses in their shop windows. Management dutifully changes the mannequins’ outfits throughout the week, so… Read more »