Developer plans 5-story building, 52 apartments in Trumbull Center

Wednesday night, the Planning & Zoning Commission heard a pre-application for a plan to remove two buildings — an old professional building, and the building that used to house Starbucks and other businesses — at 900 White Plains Road, and replace them with a five-story mixed use property. Renovating Trumbull Center has long been a goal of many in town. The property at 900 White Plains Road features multiple unoccupied storefronts, including one previously occupied by Starbucks, and another that formerly housed Porricelli’s Food Mart. There have been multiple public meetings about reinventing the Trumbull Center corridor, including one that took place earlier this month. After the pre-application — which lasted about half an hour and took place before the regular commission meeting — the next step is for the applicant to propose a text amendment to allow residential use in the business commercial zone, said town planner Rob Librandi. That amendment would have to be approved by the commission.

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