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The Coach Homes at Ridgefield Unanimously Approved by Planning and Zoning Commission

A 30-unit, age-restricted 55-and-older condominium project has been approved for a three-acre site at 233 Danbury Road, north of the Recreation Center driveway and across from the Fox Hill condominiums.

The project won final approvals Nov. 7 on 6-0 votes from both the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Inland Wetlands Board.

The project, which would be in a single three-story building, was proposed under the state’s affordable housing law, 8-30g, which frees developers from density restrictions and most other zoning regulations on projects with at least 30% of the units  — nine of the 30, in this case — qualify as “affordable” by state standards.

Read more at: The Ridgefield Press

The Coach Homes at Ridgefield Wins Preliminary Approval by Ridgefield P&Z

A 30-unit, age-restricted affordable housing project proposed for just over three acres off Danbury Road won the preliminary approval of the Planning and Zoning Commission and Inland Wetlands Board Tuesday, Oct. 23.

The commission voted unanimously to have a formal resolution of approval drafted by the Planning and Zoning Director Richard Baldelli and presented to the commission for a final vote at its Nov. 7 meeting.

A similar approach was taken by commissioners acting as the Inland Wetlands Board on a related summary ruling application to allow earth work in an upland review area near a wetland.

The development is proposed by CGP at Danbury Road LLC — the Charter Group Partners development group that built the 77 Sunset Lane “coach homes” project.

The age restriction would limit units to people 55 and older.

Read more at: The Ridgefield Press

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