Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich: Turn of Century Dutch Colonial

An application has been submitted to the Dept of Public Works Buildings division to demolish a home at 73 Orchard Place. The single family home, which in the R6 zone a block from Bruce Museum, was built in 1907.

The owner is 73 Orchard Place LLC, which is registered to Michael Jedlicka and Anthony Longo.

Because the home was built before 1940, a written letter of objection submitted to the Building Division of DPW will trigger an additional 45 day stay of demolition.

The home last sold from Michael Jedlicka and Anthony Longo to 73 Orchard Place LLC on May 31, 2018 for $1,075,000.

The house was recently used to stage an art show by “Sour Milk.” Curators Ben Quesnel and Christine Stiver brought together a group of 22 contemporary artists to breathe one final, great gust of life into the long vacant house.

Further information concerning this pending application may be obtained by contacting the DPW-Division of Buildings 203-622-7754.

Any objection to the demolition of the above building or structure must be filed in writing with the DPW-Division of Buildings within 45 days of publication of notice or the required 90 day waiting period established by Town ordinance will be waived.

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