Stamford developer plans to build 714 new Harbor Point apartments following a CT Supreme Court decision

After Connecticut’s Supreme Court ruled in its favor, Stamford developer Building and Land Technology is moving forward with rebuilding more of the South End. Even though a development plan for the buildings cleared the city zoning board in 2020, its future was tied up in the court system after a group of South End residents in 2019 filed a petition pushing back on a Planning Board change allowing denser development in the area. However, the State Supreme Court this month cleared the way for BLT to build 714 units across the two parcels it owns between Woodland Avenue and Walter Wheeler Drive. After years of legal acrimony between Stamford’s Board of Representatives and the developer, the justices upheld a lower court decision that essentially voids the resident petition.

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