After more than 20 years, the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce announced that it's moving out of their office space at 39 West Street. The Chamber will move to Downtown Danbury’s central business district, into 1 Ives Street. The new office will span the entire third floor, providing a conference center where Chamber members can hold meetings along with offering businesses and entrepreneurs the opportunity for co-working spaces.
Chamber President and CEO PJ Prunty says the Chamber looks forward to continuing their mission to foster a business environment that sustains economic vitality, promotes economic development and enhances the appeal to locate, conduct and grow businesses in the Greater Danbury area
Prunty says the move comes on the heels of a string of recent announcements of continued private investment, including numerous apartments. He added that this move supports creation of a direct connection from Grand Central Station to Downtown Danbury’s proposed transportation hub.
The Chamber office will be closed at 39 West Street on September 26th and 27th, with plans to re-open at 1 Ives Street on September 30th.