UPDATED: Stonington PZC approves Pawcatuck affordable housing development

The Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday night approved the permits needed to construct a 100-unit housing development, that would mix affordable and market-rate units, on the 2.4-acre vacant lawn in front of the Brookside Village complex on Route 1 in Pawcatuck. Before the commission’s vote to approve the project, it held a public hearing at Pawcatuck Middle School in which representatives of Brookside Associates Limited Partnership outlined the project, known as The Glennon. He added the project is being privately financed and Brookside will not be asking for any tax abatements from the town. Brookside’s parent company is Gilbane Building Co., which built and manages the existing Brookside Village and was the construction manager for the Stonington High School, Deans Mill School and West Vine Street School renovation and expansion projects.


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