What’s Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich? 1910 Home Across from Observatory

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80 Milbank Ave. Credit: Leslie Yager

80 milbank 2 On Tuesday night the applicant, Popi Nikas, will go before the Planning & Zoning commission to seek a final site plan and special permit to demolish the two-family residence at 80 Milbank Ave and construct a new, 4,560 sq ft two-family residence with two single bay garages on a 8,400 sq ft property. The house is zoned multi family and was built in 1910.


 

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Further down Milbank Ave, the house at #267 came down this week.

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See also:

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

More Milbank Ave Condos Coming: End is Near for Row of Three Turn-of-Century Houses

What’s Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich? $1.575M Vintage Milbank Ave Home

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

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