Building and Land Technology buys Connecticut's Westport Inn for $14.5M

The Hour is reporting that Building and Land Technology (BLT) has acquired The Westport Inn, a 117-room boutique hotel and conference center at 1595 Post Road East in Westport, for $14.5 million, according to a press release sent out by the company on Thursday evening.

BLT, a Stamford-based developer, also owns Nyala Farms in Westport. BLT owns over 50 hotels across the U.S.

The Westport Inn, which recently underwent a multimillion dollar renovation, has meeting rooms, guestrooms, 6,000 square feet of event space and a spa.

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BLT developed the Towers at Merritt River in Norwalk, which is home to companies such as Diageo, Xerox and Aon Hewitt. It is currently developing Harbor Point, a mixed use developement in Stamford’s South End.

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