357 Main Street, Danbury

Danbury1880MapDetailCrosbyHouseThe City of Danbury has torn down a home built in 1837.
News-Times photo
News-Times mention

According to Danbury historian, William Devlin, “It was built by or for Phineas Crosby, a stagecoach operator who was the earliest developer of the current downtown…it was one of the last single-family homes up in that area of Main Street.”

Crosby’s grave site from Findagrave.com

Page from the application for the home to be on the Register of Historic Places

If you have a point of view regarding demolition of Danbury’s historic homes, let City officials hear your opinion.

Link to the Mayor’s Office

The Mayor’s letter regarding the property to the City Council.