Greenwich Revitalization Plan

Draft Greenwich Revitalization Plan Completed

The Village and Town of Greenwich are pleased to announce the completion of the draft Greenwich Revitalization Plan. The Plan envisions improved waterfront access, connectivity, infill development, and revitalization to support community goals and long-term economic development and growth. The Full Plan, Executive Summary, and Summary Presentation are available for public review. We look forward to getting your feedback on the draft Plan. Comments are being accepted through January 31st via email (ngreenberger@labellapc.com), in person (at two January open houses), or using paper comment forms available at the Greenwich Free Library. A hard copy of the plan is also available for review at the library.

We want to hear from you!
Representatives from the Greenwich Revitalization Plan project team will be available at the Greenwich Free Library on January 11th and 12th from 4 – 6 PM to answer questions and gather feedback. The public is invited to stop by the library at any time during the open house. Project information will remain available for the public to review at the Library throughout the month of January.

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Revitalization Plan November Progress Update

What is a Revitalization Plan?

More information about the project can be found at the following link.

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Map of the Study Area

Brownfield Opportunity Area Boundary Map

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Inventory & Analysis

Description: As a first step in the Revitalization Plan process, the BOA Committee, with the project consultants, The Chazen Companies, prepared an “Inventory & Analysis” of the study area. The purpose of the Inventory & Analysis document is to provide a thorough analysis of existing conditions, opportunities, and reuse potential for properties located in the Revitalization Plan study area. The analysis includes all relevant information needed to contextualize and develop specific and realistic recommendations in the study area.

Inventory and Analysis Detail