All eight candidates on the panel agreed the state affordable housing statute had failed.
It was the only area of agreement. Continue Reading →
Funds were distributed to 8 local non-profits and services to provide additional support during this time of increased need due to COVID-19. Continue Reading →
The lights on Greenwich Avenue twinkle all winter long. Consider chipping in. Continue Reading →
A Bloomberg.com report says the Greenwich housing market “jolted awake” in the first quarter of 2017 in tandem with a rising stock market and house price reductions averaging 7.9 percent. Continue Reading →
The Greenwich Association of Realtors (GAR) announced that Julianne C. Ward of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties is GAR’s Realtor of the Year for 2016. Continue Reading →
At Tuesday’s Planning & Zoning meeting, there was an interesting conversation about a proposal to exclude attics and basements in calculations for Floor-Area-Ratio (FAR) of homes in Greenwich. Some residents grew frustrated, even though the commissioners agreed, in concept, with the idea of excluding attics and basements from FAR calculations. Continue Reading →
A public hearing of the Planning & Zoning Commission is set for Tuesday Nov 15 at Greenwich Town Hall. The purpose of the hearing is for input on the proposed amendment regulation concerning how FAR is calculated. Specifically, the proposal would exclude attics and basements from FAR calculation. The idea is to give homeowners more flexibility in how they use their homes, and stop the proliferation of retaining walls and drastically altered topography. Continue Reading →
After the Greenwich Association of Realtors invited residents to submit short videos highlighting what they love and enjoy about our town, impressive videos used drones and Greenwich residents told the story of the Town of Greenwich. A first place and second place winner were announced. Each received a cash prize. Continue Reading →
The Greenwich Association of Realtors shares statistics for home sales in Greenwich for the month of July 2016. There were 69 single-family residential closings reported during July, whereas in July 2015 there were 72 closings.
The median sale price for a single-family home increased to $1,950,000 from $1,812,500 the median sales price in July 2015. Continue Reading →