NCDC Pushes $8.4M Plan for Reid & Hughes Building


POKO Partners LLC has laid out $8.4 million plan to construct 113 residential units and 24,000 square feet of Main Street retail space in the run-down Reid & Hughes building.

According to the Norwich Community Development Corp. (NCDC), the project aims to get an exit strategy so the city doesn't have ownership, management or liability of the property.


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