Of course I'm missing some projects, so please fill me in with info and I'll add them to the list.
I didn't add the other potential high rises at Harbor Square because I really couldn't find any info on them.
The building on which the signs were painted, 19-29 Atlantic St., is also expected to be demolished to accommodate the inn. Estimation is calculated based on tax assessment records, recent sale prices of comparable properties, and other factors.
Shielded from Summer Street traffic by a fence and concrete barriers, about 50 people stood beneath the sweltering sun Wednesday as steel construction officially began at the Summer House development in Stamford.
The 22-story building's first steel beam was put in place during the brief conference, which was attended by representatives of the city, including Mayor David Martin, and members of the companies involved in the project.
Artist's rendering of proposed luxury housing towers near the site of the historic downtown post office in Stamford. STAMFORD -- A proposal to incorporate the historic Atlantic Street Post Office building into a new apartment and retail complex won support from the city Planning Board on Tuesday despite concerns voiced by local preservationists. The New York-based Cappelli Organization, which helped build the 34-story Trump Parc luxury high-rise on Broad Street, has proposed building two 21-floor residential buildings and 28,000 square feet of retail space on the Atlantic Street site.
Representatives from the Stamford Historic Neighborhood Preservation Program oppose the demolition of the post office's 1939 addition, which they say has major historical significance. The developer said the demolition of the post office's back section is critical to the project's success, however. Cappelli's proposed development includes 650 one- and two-bedroom apartments between the two 262-foot high towers. Planning board members said they hope the Zoning Board, which is next in line to consider the developer's proposal, will mandate ground-floor retail at the complex and closely consider the traffic implications of the project.
Apicella said the developer is committed to building at least one of the two residential towers, regardless of whether the sale for the post office building goes through. Are people walking and experiencing the downtown and these new mid-rise districts, or do they feel like just beautiful, but lesser-used spaces?
I remember reading that Cappelli (a Westchester developer) proposes to revive that planned twin-tower development.
Built in 2007, this property was last sold for $659,900 in 2007 and currently has an estimated value of $530,971.
Summer House, a luxury apartment building set to open next year, will include 226 units of apartment space, 2,700 square feet of retail and restaurant space, a roof deck and a fifth-floor pool overlooking lower Summer Street.
The developer would preserve the original footprint of the post office, which was built in 1916 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but would demolish the back section of the building, which was built in 1939. Apicella said he does not yet know how much the developer plans to spend building the complex. But the proposal won the Planning Board's unanimous support, with Dell saying she believes the development would enhance the neighborhood. Apicella, an executive vice president at Cappelli Organization, said the 1939 addition must be removed to make way for a roadway, which would separate the post office building from the two residential towers and connect Atlantic Street to Federal Street. There are currently 5,219 similar properties for sale within 10-mile radius, ranging from $215,000 - $3,349,000. Realty Partners and the Analex Group, with Erland Construction overseeing building the project. Work on the general site began last year, but this marks the first steel construction of Summer House.
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