What does the Chatham restoration on Broadway mean for CSL Plasma Center?

Slowly but surely, the Broadway Westport Council is winning the war on blight. The latest victory involves the 80-year-old Chatham apartment building at 3701 Broadway, which has sat vacant for more than 18 years.

Last month, developer Tony Krsnich scored a 25-year property tax abatement from the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority for his $9.3 million plan to transform the Chatham into affordable apartments for senior citizens. Work will begin on the building restoration next week, Krsnich tells the Plog; he expects a completion date of September 2011. Now, attention is turning to the other major source of blight on the block: the CSL Plasma Center at 3715 Broadway.

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