Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich: 1923 Single Family on Milbank

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

A sign has gone up outside 169 Milbank Ave giving notice that the owner 169 Milbank Avenue Owners LLC intend to demolish the 1923 single family home on one of the more generous lots on the east side of the road.

The LLC’s agent is  Stephen Scott Roth of 129 Havemeyer Place in Greenwich.

According to the Secretary of State’s Commercial Recording Division, the principal is Greenrye Management LLC of the same address.

The principals of GreenRye are Mr. Roth and Nicholas John Williams of 81 Greenhaven Rd in Rye NY.  Their business address is Severn River Capital Mgmt, 129 Havemeyer Place, Greenwich, CT, 06830

Severn River Capital Management is a Greenwich-based hedge fund that Bloomberg News reported was winding down in 2013.

“Fundamental equity, market-neutral long/short investing has been challenging over the past few years and we have decided to wind down our operations,” Roth was quoted saying in a statement to Bloomberg in 2013.

The property is next door to Pathways, Inc offices and group home (Read our feature on Pathways here.)

169 Milbank Ave.

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

milbank backs up to Connecticut AVe

169 Milbank Ave backs up to Connecticut Ave.

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

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169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

169 Milbank Ave is slated for Demolition. Dec. 23, 2015 Credit: Leslie Yager

See also:

Pathways in Greenwich Offers a Caring Path to Better Mental Health

Up-to-the-Minute Greenwich Property Transfers, Dec. 21, 2015

Former Hobby Horse Farm Owner: Step up to the Plate Greenwich, Fight Demolition

Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich: c1840 “Hobby Horse Farm”

ZBA Okays New House with Mansard Roof and Pool on .15 Acre Lot on Milbank

Revenge of the Double-Sideways: P&Z Okays 80 Milbank Ave with Parking on Top of Retaining Wall

$1.4M for Milbank Ave Home to Demolish

303 Milbank Ave is Setting for Elegant Fashion Show

Planning & Zoning Balks at Double-Sideways Development on Upper Milbank Ave

Dominoes on Milbank: “The Charleston” to Replace Three Houses

What’s Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich? $3.25 Million for an Oldie on Milbank Slated to Fall


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