Custom Designed Rental Apartments with Distinct Character

 

 

Norwalk Green Living offers high quality, modern designed rental apartments within historical frameworks in central Norwalk.  Designed by the award-winning firm Fiedler Marciano Architecture, these elegant one and two bedroom newly constructed residences are alternatives to big box living units which adapt historic homes for modern apartment living.  Creative open floor plans capture natural light in stunning kitchens and baths that feature high-end appliances, fixtures, and materials representing the foremost in sustainable products and quality construction.

Located primarily on and around the Historic Norwalk Green in central Norwalk, these apartment units are each set in a residential environment ideal for walking, biking and outdoor life yet convenient to I-95, train, bus-lines, and only steps away from the burgeoning Wall Street area.

 
 

Coastal Living with Urban Amenities

 

Historic Norwalk, at the heart of coastal Connecticut, offers all the beauty and amenities that make Fairfield County one of the most desirable places to live.  Along with beaches, harbors, fine dining and an abundance of culture, Norwalk has the distinct advantage of offering an urban living experience through convenient and walkable commercial districts.  Within the New York City metropolitan area, Norwalk is easily accessible by train or car.

 

Urban Living

The Wall Street District and SoNo provide Norwalk with two walkable centers containing boutique shops, fine dining opportunities, and live entertainment. The Norwalk Symphony, along with a multitude of arts organizations and the newly opened Wall Street Theater provide an abundance of in-town cultural opportunities.

Coastal Living

Enjoy all the amenities that Long Island Sound and the Norwalk River have to offer, from town beaches, rowing clubs, recreational boating, and waterside dining. The waters off the coast are protected by the Norwalk Islands and have famously provided fertile grounds for oysters since the 1800's.