Greenwich Plaza/Train Station Redevelopment

Greenwich plaza proposal photo

On July 9, 2019, the Town announced the $45 million redevelopment of the Greenwich Transportation Center through a public-private partnership between the Town of Greenwich and Greenwich Plaza, owned by The Ashforth Company. 

The funding for the project will be provided by The Ashforth Company. The Town will be contributing toward the public benefit improvements portion of the redevelopment by transferring to Greenwich Plaza, upon the successful conclusion of the project, the air rights currently owned by the Town and leased to Greenwich Plaza on the south side of the tracks. As part of this transfer the Town also will receive a perpetual easement for the use of all of the A-level commuter lot, including the portion owned by Greenwich Plaza, replacing the license currently held by the Town which expires at the end of the air rights lease. 

This is a complex project with a lot of related information to digest. Below you will find all public documents relating to the project. As the project progresses, we will continue to post new documents and updates here. Please note, as the project moves through the process, information and plans are subject to change so be sure to check posted dates.

Upcoming Meetings

DateTimeTopicLocationAgenda
July 11, 201910:00amBoard of SelectmenCone RoomMeeting Agenda
July 15, 20193:00pmBET Law CommitteeLaw Conference RoomMeeting Agenda
July 17, 20199:00amBET Budget CommitteeMazza RoomMeeting Agenda
July 23, 201910:00amBoard of SelectmenTown Hall Meeting RoomMeeting Agenda
July 30, 20197:00pmP&Z CommissionTown Hall Meeting RoomMeeting Agenda
August 8, 201910:00amBoard of SelectmenTown Hall Meeting RoomMeeting Agenda
August 22, 201910:00amBoard of SelectmenTown Hall Meeting Room
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August 27, 20197:00pmRTM BriefingTown Hall Meeting RoomMeeting Invite
September 19, 20199:00amBET WorkshopCone RoomMeeting Agenda
September 26, 2019TBDP&Z CommissionTBDTBD
  1. Consolidated BET Q&A for Greenwich Train Station Redevelopment (8/16/19)

    Consolidated BET Q&A for Greenwich Train Station Redevelopment project, dated 8/16/19. Questions were raised at the BET Budget Committee Meeting on 7/17/2019. Access Document
  2. Greenwich Transportation Center Redevelopment Agreement

    Full draft text of the Greenwich Transportation Center Redevelopment Agreement (6/27/19). Access Document
  3. Initial Press Release: Greenwich Transportation Center Revitalization (7/9/2019)

    Initial Press Release: Greenwich Transportation Center Revitalization (7/9/2019) Access Document
  4. Detailed Narrative: Application for Planning and Zoning to Approve Redevelopment Agreement

    Detailed Narrative: Application for Planning and Zoning to Approve Redevelopment Agreement (7/8/2019) Access Document
  5. Detailed Renderings, as of 7/3/2019

    Detailed Project Renderings (7/3/2019) Access Document
  6. Transcript from P&Z Hearing 7-30-19

    Verbatim proceeding of Greenwich Planning & Zoning Commission July 30, 2019 meeting regarding Greenwich Plaza, Inc. Access Document
  7. Law Department Memo on Greenwich Plaza Air Rights (8/7/19)

    Law Department Memo to First Selectman Peter J. Tesei on Greenwich Plaza Air Rights, dated 8/7/2019. Access Document
  8. Law Department Memo on Greenwich Plaza (8/20/19)

    Law Department Memo to the Board of Selectmen on Greenwich Plaza Air Rights, dated 8/20/2019. Access Document
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Project Team

Role
Who
Link
Counsel for TownDavid Morosan, Cohen and Wolfhttp://www.cohenandwolf.com/
Appraiser for TownStephen Olvany, CBREhttps://www.cbre.com/people-and-offices/stephen-olvany
DeveloperThe Ashforth Companyhttps://ashforth.com/
Counsel for DeveloperBruce Cohenwww.fcsn.com
Architecture FirmBeyer Blinder Bellehttps://www.beyerblinderbelle.com/
Lead ArchitectFrank J. Prial, Jr.https://www.beyerblinderbelle.com/profile/people/frank_j_prial_jr
Engineering FirmRedniss & Meadhttps://rednissmead.com/
Lead EngineerCraig Flahertyhttps://rednissmead.com/craig-j-flaherty-p-e/
Traffic & Parking ConsultantJohn Canning, Kimley Hornhttps://www.kimley-horn.com/
Appraiser for DeveloperJames Moran, Cushman & Wakefieldhttp://www.cushmanwakefield.com/en/people/james-moran
Landscape ArchitectEric Rainshttps://www.ericrains.com/

To get notified about major project updates or when a new public document is uploaded, please follow this link: https://www.greenwichct.gov/list.aspx?Mode=Subscribe#newsFlash. Click the email and/or text icon next to "Greenwich Train Station Redevelopment" and follow directions. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the First Selectman by email or by phone at 203-622-7710.