We have prepared land surveying, site civil engineering and zoning documents required to make application to the Town of Wilton for a text amendment, zone change and special permit to assist with the applications to construct a two building, mixed use development consisting of apartments and commercial space
4.3-acre excavation that came to be called “the hole in the ground”, undeveloped for more than 20 years, was approved by the City of Stamford Zoning Board to turn it into a multimillion-dollar residential project. The project when complete will consist of 11 apartment buildings, including 272 studios, 273 one-bedroom and 127 two bedroom apartments. Ten of the buildings would be connected in a square-like shape with one building jutting out of the middle. The site also features a 5,090-square-foot public cafe at the street corner with outdoor seating. The 83,000-square-foot outdoor area also includes a pool, chessboard, fire pit and green space.
Waypointe is a comprehensive redevelopment within Norwalk’s Central Business District. Redniss & Mead worked closely with our clients and the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency to effectuate their shared vision of mixed-use urban renewal. The first phase of the growing project is under construction and includes 460 apartments and 60,000 square feet of commercial floor area designed to spur the creation of a lively urban core centered on a pedestrian-only street. We provided land surveying, site civil engineering, and zoning analysis for this complex land development involving private and publicly funded infrastructure improvements and the compilation of the 30 different parcels of land. Redniss & Mead provided the infrastructure improvement design to the City allowing the Department of Public Works to oversee its bidding, award, and construction under CT Department of Economic Development criteria. The Master Plan currently includes 190 more apartments and another 200,000 sf of commercial floor area.
Mixed use development on a 3.3 acre site for a building with 344 residential units and 7,825 square feet of ground floor retail space. Land use permitting included changes to the Zoning Text, Zone Designation, Site Plan Approval and CT DOT State Traffic Commission certification for offsite vehicular and pedestrian traffic improvements. Design responsibilities included grading, drainage, utilities, paving, site planning, and sediment and erosion controls.
Harbor Point is a transit-oriented, mixed use development along the Long Island Sound, consisting of more than 2,300 new apartments, multiple office buildings, dining and shopping establishments, several marinas, a waterfront boardwalk, public parks, and a trolley bus transportation system.
The overall development has included the survey, redesign and construction of existing public roads, as well as the design and construction of new roads and pedestrian accessways.
Five-Story, Mixed-Use development on a 1.5 acre site comprised of 5,500 square feet of retail and office space in addition to 80 apartments of which eight will comply with the City of Norwalk’s Workforce Housing Regulation. Surveying services included a Property & Topographic Survey and a Zoning Location Survey for parcels A and B.
Engineering services included preparing drawings and reports for the Site Plan Review Application process including grading, drainage, utility plans; sediment and erosion control plans; a drainage summary report and a Coastal Area Management report.
All units will have terraces or Juliet balconies. Harbourside SONO also will feature a yoga studio, state-of-art gymnasium, community room with common kitchen, tenant garden space, dog play area and rooftop pool with panoramic views of Norwalk Harbor and the Long Island Sound.