Building and Land Technology, developer of the ambitious Harbor Point redevelopment project currently underway in ’s South End, has reportedly submitted a zoning application for a 15-story, 382,455 square foot, 226-unit apartment building at Pacific and Henry streets as part of the multi-site plan.
According to a report in the Stamford Advocate, the proposed apartment complex also calls for 295 parking spaces.
Since the estimated $3.5 billion spanning 80 acres officially began in 2008, Building and Land Technology has completed three major housing developments: The Lofts (225 units in the former Yale & Towne building), which opened in summer 2010; 101 Park Place (336 units), which opened September 2010; and LockWorks (329 units), which opened in October 2011, as per the report.
If approved, the proposed apartment complex would be one of several new buildings that will be soon be added to the city skyline: Last month Stamford developer Thomas Rich introduced a . The 226-apartment high rise, called "The Summer House," also includes 2,200 square feet of ground floor retail, according to a Stamford Advocate report.
In November submitted revised plans to build a hotel consisting of twin 22-story towers at the tip of Washington Boulevard and overlooking Stamford Harbor as part of the Harbor Point redevelopment project. If approved the new hotel buildings would have between 130 and 140 rooms as well as 60 condominium units, according to the Stamford Advocate.
F.D. Rich was part of the partnership that built the 34-story luxury high-rise condominium on Broad Street.