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Design changes for Glastonbury’s Tannery Apts.

GREG SEAY | HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM | JULY 11, 2016

The continuing conversion of a former Glastonbury tanning mill into 250 luxury apartments has undergone a redesign that more fully embraces the mill’s historic significance to the community, its developer says.

Martin J. Kenny, a Glastonbury native who is a principal of Hartford residential landlord-developer Lexington Partners LLC, unveiled Monday the final design enhancements and improvements for The Tannery (formerly Flanagan’s Landing).

The Tannery’s existing three- and four-story buildings are on 32 acres on Flanagan’s Drive, off New London Turnpike, near Glastonbury Center.

Construction on The Tannery began last fall. Pre-leasing of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units begins this fall, with initial occupancy set for this winter, Kenny said.

The town planning and zoning commission and town council still must review and approve the proposed architectural changes, Kenny said.

Philadelphia’s Barton Partners Architects Planners Inc. is The Tannery’s designer.

The original, existing steel beam structure at the Tannery mill buildings’ entrance has been saved and will be refurbished as a historic industrial element of the final project design, Kenny said. The beams extend from the main entrance to the west elevation of the new amenity building and is proposed to act as the support structure of the new development’s entrance canopy and roof.

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