Stamford zoning board meeting canceled

Boatyard development watchers will have to wait until next week for an update on plans from developer Building and Land Technology to replace the former Brewers Yacht Haven boating facility and presumably free up the South End peninsula for redevelopment. Tonight’s meeting of the city’s Zoning Board has been canceled. The next scheduled meeting is […] [Read More]

Harbor Point developer given extension on restaurants

The city’s Zoning Board has approved a request by Building and Land Technology for more time to construct two restaurants that were originally set to open as part of a 20-story waterfront residential complex known as Harbor Point Square. The apartment building, which will have 240 units, is due to be completed in the spring. […] [Read More]

Stamford Zoning Board turns down outpatient surgery center

The city’s Zoning Board voted Monday night to reject a regulation change that would have permitted an outpatient surgery facility to open at an office park near High Ridge Road. The 4-1 decision was a blow to George Comfort & Sons, which  had been trying since the fall to pave the way for a 14,000-square-foot surgical […] [Read More]

Harbor Point developer asks to delay restaurant projects

Building and Land Technology is seeking to postpone the construction of two restaurants that had been planned as part of a 20-story waterfront residential complex known as Harbor Point Square. The apartment building, which is currently under construction, will have 240 units. It is slated for completion in the spring. That project had originally been […] [Read More]

Stamford Zoning Board will rule on High Ridge medical facility

The owner of an office park near High Ridge Road may soon learn whether an outpatient surgery facility will be a permitted use in commercial districts. On Monday, the Zoning Board held a public hearing on a longstanding application from George Comfort & Sons, which owns High Ridge Park on Turn of River Road. The […] [Read More]
Categories: Health, Turn of River, Zoning

Developer responds to boatyard criticisms

Tuesday’s front page features a story about how a cease-and-desist case over the former Yacht Haven boatyard is raising questions about the city’s legal department. I had reached out to BLT but unfortunately, a response from John Freeman, an attorney for BLT, could not be included because his email reached me after the paper’s deadline. […] [Read More]
Categories: Development, Zoning

Zoning Board meeting rescheduled

The Zoning Board has canceled tonight’s meeting. It will instead hold a special meeting on Thursday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m.  in the fourth floor cafeteria of the Government Center.   [Read More]
Categories: Zoning

State DOT postpones presentation in Stamford

City land use officials and other stakeholders will have to wait longer still to hear from state Department of Transportation Commission James Redeker. Redeker had been scheduled to speak before the Zoning and Planning boards on Jan. 27 about its controversial $500 million redevelopment of the city’s downtown transportation hub. Last week, however, the city’s […] [Read More]

Stamford Planning Board set to reconsider surgery center

A plan to permit an outpatient surgery center in an office park near High Ridge Road is set to go back to the city’s Planning Board. Commercial property owner George Comfort & Sons is seeking a zone change to make way for a 14,000-square-foot surgical center in High Ridge Park that would be run by […] [Read More]
Categories: Planning, The Ridges, Zoning

Zoning Board to revisit proposed medical facility on Turn of River

A plan to introduce a surgery center/out patient facility at High Ridge Park, a corporate office park on Turn of River Road, will be reviewed by Zoning Board on Monday during a public hearing. In September, the board denied the application by the office park owner George Comfort & Sons to amend the zoning for […] [Read More]
Categories: City hall, Health, Zoning