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Synagogue at Historic Armory: No HDC Vote after Third Revision and the Clock is Ticking

The proposed Chabad Lubavitch synagogue would involve demolition of much of the historic Armory on Mason Street, built in 1911. After returning Wednesday night for a third time, the Historic District Commission said they still weren’t prepared to vote. One of many concerns was that the main synagogue entrance, which has less than the required the setback, would be directly across from the very busy fire station on Havemeyer Place. Continue Reading →

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Future Home of Granoff Architects Added to Register of Historic Places

The landmark building at 330 Railroad Ave was designed and constructed in 1928 for CL&P incorporating many distinctive Art Deco features. The three-story, 30,000 sq ft former industrial building is currently undergoing a complete renovation that will restore and preserve the historic façade design and include all new HVAC, electric service, elevator, plumbing, historic replacement windows, solar roof panels, extensive site work and landscaping all designed by Greenwich’s leading architectural firm, Granoff Architects. Continue Reading →

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