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Add another mixed-user into Wallingford’s Stone Way mix

One more residential & retail addition for the burgeoning Wallingford corridor

Paar Development and David Foster Architects will present their plans for a four-story 4025 Stone Way N in Wallingford to the design review board tonight for early design guidance.

The 30,000 square-foot mixed-use building is set to include approximately 60 residential units, four retail spaces, and 15 below-grade parking stalls. The preferred design calls for 68 apartments while the other two designs would also include five live/work units instead of retail.

The project is intended to be full of sustainability and efficient. Some of the environmentally-friendly design elements planned include a rooftop edible garden, LED lights, low-flow plumbing, and photovoltaic panels. Plans also call for secure indoor bicycle parking to encourage tenant cycle use.

If approved, it’s another mixed-use project that will continue the reimagining of Stone Way from a retail/commercial hub into a residential-friendly corridor.

4025 Stone Way N [SDCI]