Wilton office condominium to become residential apartments

Greenwich Realty Development LLC has purchased the 12 Godfrey Place condominium office property in Wilton for $2.5 million, with the intention of turning it into a residential apartment development.

The 10,871 square foot property is situated on 0.625 acres. Three separate entities owned the building’s condominiums, and the transaction was coordinated by Eva Kornreich, vice president of Southport-based Angel Commercial LLC.

“Kornreich has brought the owners together to offer the entire property for sale as a development opportunity,” said Jon Angel, President of Angel Commercial.

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