PZC approves Amazon package distribution center for Windsor

Abigail Brone, Journal Inquirer

After a lengthy discussion Tuesday night, the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved plans to convert a vacant industrial building on Helmsford Way into an Amazon package distribution center.

The 154,496-square-foot building at 100, 80, and 60 Helmsford Way was constructed in 1994 and includes 24 acres of land but has sat vacant for over a year, property owner Adam Winstanley said. The application to repurpose the building was submitted to the town on Sept. 8.

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