The building and land at 1090 Post Road, in the middle of a proposed downtown redevelopment project now in its early stages, has been sold to an entity connected to Baywater Properties, one of the businesses proposing the project.
The Double Exposure store is now on the site of the property, sold by Paulson Properties of 146 West Rocks Road, Norwalk to Baywater 1090 BPR, LLC. The sale occurred on Aug. 12 and was filed on Aug. 13 in the Darien Town Clerk’s Office, according to that office.
Baywater Properties, controlled by David Genovese, and developer Penny Glassmeyer’s PG Properties have proposed tearing down the buildings on the block bordered by the Post Road, Corbin Drive and Interstate 95 and putting newer, larger buildings in its place, along with new streets and a small park like a town squarel (follow the links below for more details on that).
See also these articles on the proposal:
- Two BIG Proposed Projects Would Change the Face of Downtown, Noroton Heights
- Statement by David Genovese on His Post Rd/Corbin Dr Redevelopment Project
- VIDEO: Watch the Full Presentations of the Downtown/Noroton Heights Redevelopment Proposals
- Proposers of Corbin Dr/Post Rd Project Describe It on New Website