Bedford Square: Looking Ahead

This morning’s rendering of the future look of Bedford Square’s most visible face — Anthropologie, at the corner of the Post Road and Main Street — piqued readers’ interest.

Several asked for more views of the project that will reshape downtown. Here’s a sneak peek. Enjoy!

The dropoff plaza. Retail is on the ground floor; 2 floors of apartments are above.

The dropoff plaza, viewed from Elm Street. Retail is on the ground floor; 2 floors of apartments are above.

A courtyard sits at the crossroads of 3 pedestrian passageways.

A courtyard sits at the crossroads of 3 pedestrian passageways, which link to the rest of downtown.

A view from the plaze, looking toward the back of the old firehouse and gym on Church Lane.

A view from the plaza, looking toward the back of the old firehouse and gym on Church Lane.

There will be 6 residential units in townhouses.

There will be 6 residential units in townhouses.

Another view of the Bedford Building, with Anthropologie as anchor tenant.

Another view of the Bedford Building, with Anthropologie as the anchor tenant.

6 responses to “Bedford Square: Looking Ahead

  1. Nancy McCirmick

    Wow! Welcome to Sono – oops I mean Westport!

  2. An interesting leap from Tudor to Romanesque (and some Gothic, too).
    Confusing.

  3. I love it. Kudos to the designers. Waldman’s previous work has enhanced our town, I am sure this will too. One regret I have is not doing business with him years ago when I had the opportunity!!

  4. Pamela Singer

    thanks Pam looks interesting very modern and forward xxxxp

  5. I don’t like it. I like it the way it was, OMG! I’m sure it will be fine – the new Westport…..

  6. Alan Beasley

    My brother, Harry, often said:
    “Whether you’re rich or poor it’s great to have money”.
    Great Taste and luxury! This may be a landmark for all of Westport.