Train Station Redevelopment to Make First Stop in Permit Process on Thursday

New applications were submitted earlier this week for the redevelopment of the Greenwich Train Station and surrounding area to the Planning & Zoning Department which were announced at a press conference on Tuesday morning.

The applications include a preliminary site plan and special permit, a text amendment, and a Municipal Improvement subject to approval first by the Board of Selectmen.

• There is a detailed narrative from the applicant that explains the particulars of each application, as well as 5 renderings on the website to view.

The Board of Selectmen will hold a meeting to review the proposed Municipal Improvement at 10:00am on July 11, in the Town Hall Meeting Room at Town Hall.

The Board of Selectmen will potentially decide on whether or not to refer the Municipal Improvement (MI) to the Planning and Zoning Commission at another public meeting at 10:00am  on July 23 in the Town Hall Meeting Room.

The Planning & Zoning Commission will open the application(s) at their July 30 meeting at 7:00pm in the Town Hall Meeting Room.

Co-CEO of The Ashforth Company, and Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei. July 9, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

Co-CEO of The Ashforth Company, and Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei. July 9, 2019 Photo: Leslie Yager

All of these meetings are open to the public and the Town welcomes comments.

The applications are public record and available for review and copying Monday to Friday from 8:00amto 4:00pm in the P&Z office on the 2nd floor of Town Hall.

You can write or e-mail your comments for entry into the public record by e-mailing Katie DeLuca, Town Planner at kdeluca@greenwichct.org.

See also:

Town of Greenwich and Ashforth Company Announce $45 Million Transportation Center Revitalization