DARIEN, Conn. -- If Baywater Properties' plans for downtown Darien come to fruition, the face of the area will completely change with new buildings, revitalized older buildings, underground parking spaces, apartments, shopping and office space and mixed-use buildings, according to the Darien Times.
The developer, Baywater founder David Genovese, outlined the plans during a recent meeting at the Darien Library. He told the packed house that the company is moving forward with plans to seek the necessary approvals and that the company has purchased all of the buildings and land needed for the revitalization of the area, said the Darien Times.
The project area, between the Bank of America on Post Road and the Post Office on Corbin Drive, would feature 95,000 square feet of office space; up to 66 apartments, and a village green for public events. The company's application will officially be presented to the Planning & Zoning Commission next month, with a public hearing planned for May 17, added the Darien Times.
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