June 21, 2018
Filed under: Real Estate, Zoning
Representatives of LiveWell Farmington Valley presented their concept plans for a Healthy Living Center at 729 Farmington Avenue to the Town Plan and Zoning Commission at an informal workshop discussion on June 11.
LiveWell is a not-for -profit national leader in the field of aging services. 729 Farmington Avenue is adjacent to the Hill-Stead Museum and across the street from the former Parson’s Chevrolet property. This nearly 6 acre parcel is currently improved with a large stone and masonry single family home and detached brick garage built in 1926. LiveWell plans an addition to connect these 2 historic structures, and interior renovations to house a variety of services and amenities to promote health and well being for the entire community. A walking trail system with connections to the town-wide trail system is also planned.
LiveWell has been sharing its vision for the site with nearby residents and community organizations for many months, and looks forward to filing formal applications with the Town later this year.
SNR is land use counsel to LiveWell.
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