P&Z Watch: Apartment Building at former Computer Super Center Site Unanimously Approved

The Greenwich Planning & Zoning Commission approved a 7-unit residential apartment building at 103 Mason Street, where many will remember the Computer Super Center operated for many years.

The applicant is 103 Mason Street LLC, which is registered to Brian Derosier, according to the CT Secretary of the State website.

The structure will be 3-story  and a total of 15,369 sq ft.

The breakdown of units is: two 2-bedroom units and five 3-bedroom units.

One of the 2-bedroom units will be designated for moderate income under the town’s 6-110 regulation.

View from Bruce Park Sports of proposed building at 103 Mason Street (former Computer Super Center) at right and former First Republic Bank at  93 Mason Street.

The proposal had gone before P&Z multiple times.

By Tuesday the applicant had responded to comments from the Fire Dept.

They located an EV charger further away from the building.

The sprinkler system will take into consideration an Aquarion “will serve” letter.

A proposed center island and sliding gate separating entrance and exit were removed.

“It’s not going to be a gated community” Mr. Levy asked.

“No,”replied architect Rudy Riberg.

They will finalize their affordability plan with the housing specialist prior to start of construction.

The facade will feature stone similar to that used at “The Modern” on Field Point Road next to town hall.

There was no public comment before the application was officially closed.

The motion was approved unanimously 5-0, with Nick Macri, Arn Wells, Peter Levy, Jenkins and Margarita Alban voting.

This was not the only building approved Tuesday night under 6-110. A 4-unit building was approved at 32 Field Point Road.

The facade at 103 Mason Street will feature stone similar to that used at “The Modern” on Field Point Road next to town hall.


See also:

P&Z Okays Apartment Building at 32 Field Point Rd behind Historic Commercial Building