New Canaan


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New Canaan

(kā`nən), town (1990 pop. 17,864), Fairfield co., SW Conn.; settled c.1700, inc. 1801. It is mainly a residential town and suburb of nearby New York City. Silvermine Guild Arts Center is located there.
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Avison Young announced that its Fairfield/Westchester office has been named the exclusive leasing agent for the newly unveiled New Canaan Medical Arts Center at 23 Vitti Street in New Canaan, CT.
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In the middle school STEM lab at New Canaan Public Schools in Connecticut, students frequently choose to learn with flight simulators rather than 3D printers, video games and other technological options.
In New Canaan, she said, ''the concentration of homes and the number of surviving houses to this day is incredibly unique.
Based in New Canaan, Connecticut, Bankwell Financial Group is a bank holding company for Bankwell Bank.
Bankwell Financial Group is a federally-regulated bank holding company located in New Canaan, Connecticut.
RLJ was supported by 21st Century Group and New Canaan Funding Mezzanine in the transaction.
The state Department of Transportation will begin a major construction project at the New Canaan rail station, which will mean that the Pine Street parking lot will be closed through November.
Kovach most recently served as editor of the New Canaan (Conn.
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New Canaan was a household name according to a 1953 issue of House and Garden magazine: it referred to five architects who designed houses for themselves and their clients in New Canaan, Connecticut.