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Greenwich condo sells out.

Lee Cotton, president of Cotlyn Enterprises Inc., announced that all 23 townhomes at Pheasant Run, an upscale condominium development in Greenwich, Connecticut, have been sold out.

Units were priced from $460,000 to $650,000.

Cotlyn, a New Canaan building and development firm, had been retained by Connecticut National Bank (CNB) to complete construction and remarket the project, located at 73 Weaver Street. CNB assumed ownership of the project in the Fall of 1990 by deed from the original developer who sought to avoid foreclosure proceedings.
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Title Annotation:Greenwich, Connecticut
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Aug 12, 1992
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