Holland Pointe community underway in Norwalk

Hubbell Realty Company has received approval to begin the first phase of Holland Pointe, a master planned community proposed along Beardsley Street on Norwalk’s northeast side. The estimated $25 million community will begin with 71 single-family homes and six townhomes, before adding a variety of housing such as: apartments, brownstones, townhomes, villas, and a possible active-adult community among other community features.

The current plan, which was recently approved by Norwalk’s City Council, shows the addition of an estimated 500-plus homes and apartment homes to the city. In addition to housing, there will also be walking trails and bike paths that connect to Elizabeth Holland Park, multiple pocket parks, as well as community clubhouses spanning the nearly 120-acre community.


“This community will neighbor the up-and-coming Elizabeth Holland Park, the adjoining trail system and the booming development happening around this area. Holland Pointe will offer the community of Norwalk the ability to expand, while bringing a variety of home choices to those looking to rent, own or live in an active-adult community. There’s really a home for every phase of life here,” said Steve Moseley, Director of Residential Land Development at Hubbell.

The single-family home sites will feature Hubbell Home’s Discovery Collection series which offers multiple floorplans with a variety of pre-selected finishes and upgrade possibilities all at-or-below $350,000. The homes, along with the townhome sites, are planned to begin this fall.

“It’s extremely important for us to factor in all the stages of life this neighborhood has the capability of impacting. From first-time homeowners, young families, active-adults, and residents who prefer to rent, there’s a home for everyone here. It’s a big neighborhood that we expect to have a big impact,” said April Seydel, Hubbell Homes Sales Manager.

The current watershed will also be redesigned to include detention basins for an improved stormwater management system. The overall community is proposed to come online in ten phases and may take an estimated 10 years to complete.