143 Sound Beach Avenue

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Residents Balk at 60-Unit Building at 143 Sound Beach: Underparked, Won’t Attract Millenials

Testimony for the 60 unit residential building proposed for 143 Sound Beach Ave in Old Greenwich went on until midnight on Tuesday. The hour did not deter residents who bashed the proposal that featured just 47 parking spaces for 60 units of housing. Continue Reading →

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P&Z Feedback: Proposed Sound Beach Ave Apartment Building with “Sliver” of Retail is Not Balanced

Developers of 143 Sound Beach Ave met resistance from neighbors and the P&Z commission on Tuesday. Concerns included traffic congestion, parking, and the balance of retail and residential in the “mixed use” building.

Also, with a 100 ft setback, commissioners said the retail would not engage pedestrians. Continue Reading →

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Letter: 143 Sound Beach Developers Using Clever Tactic to Distract

One reader argues the developers proposing a 44-unit apt building for 143 Sound Beach Ave changed the conversation from real planning and zoning issues concerning their apartment building project’s height and size, the number of units, ground cover, excavation, traffic congestion, surface water run-off, wetlands, school capacities, and neighborhood character, to one about “affordable housing.” Continue Reading →

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GFP Top Stories of the Week: Feb 27-March 5, 2017

As February turned to March, news was dominated by Greenwich High School. The police initiated a traffic enforcement campaign. The Diversity Awareness Club held their annual diversity week, and there was a student protest at Greenwich High School. The Greenwich Police promoted two of their finest. A house in Milbrook came on the market, garnering much interest. Continue Reading →

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