While the Planning and Zoning Commission has turned down — and the town has fought — 8-30g affordable housing proposals for sites like the Westport Inn and Wilton Road, it’s approved others at more workable sites (1177 Post Road East and the former Geiger’s property).
Word on the street is that the next parcel developers are eyeing is the crest of Post Road West, just west of the Riverside Avenue/Wilton Road intersection, where dilapidated housing was demolished. They’ve stood empty since 2013. But a 165-unit 8-30g housing complex could be erected there.
Other Post Road land may also be in play.
Watch this space.