Mill Plain & the western side of Danbury is the newest & one of the fastest growing area of Danbury. If you read below, you will be why it is very popular.
There are plenty of places to do shopping, most notably being the Danbury Fair Mall. Stores and services in the area include Stop & Shop, Trader Joe’s, several kitchen cabinet & flooring showrooms, a couple of car dealerships, a few gas stations with auto repair shops, banks, veterinarians, gyms and jewelry stores. You can wine & dine with it’s countless restaurants including the Windmill Dinner, Bambino’s, Barca, Prespa, Rosy Tomorrow’s, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Molly Darcy’s and Pandahouse. Recreational options include Richter Park & Lake Kenosia.
Real estate options vary quite sustainably in the Mill Plain area. You get newer single family homes (Marina Farms & Ridgebury Hills) and many condos community to choose from including Westwood Village, Lake Place, Kensington Woods, Briar Woods & Rivington. The neighborhood of Aunt Hack is found in the Mill Plain area, which is regarded by many as highly desirable. Other neighborhoods found in the Mill Plain area include El Morro Estates, Ken Oaks, Ridgebury & Miry Brook, which consist mostly of raised ranchs & split level homes, with some small colonials, capes & new construction.
The Mill Plain area is well connected from commuting. With I-84 & I-684 only minutes from here, it is very easy to commute to White Plains, Greenwich as well as New York City. The Brewster NY train station is only 7 minutes away for a 75-80 minute trip to Grand Central Station. You will also find large corporate parks on this western side of Danbury, including the 1.5 million square foot former Union Carbide Center, the Boehringer Ingelheim campus along the Danbury/Ridgefield line, the Ridgebury office center, as well as several professional buildings found along Mill Plain Road. Another place of employment includes the western campus of Western Connecticut State University (Westconn).