Building Department Receives Application for 12-Unit Residence on Husted Lane


Husted Commons is planned for 8 and 10 Husted Lane in New Canaan. This view looking northeast from Heritage Hill Road. Renderings from New York, N.Y.-based Ryan Salvatore Design

The New Canaan Building Department last week received an application to build 12 two-bedroom dwellings on Husted Lane.

The new units at 8-10 Husted Lane will average about 1,200 square feet and will come with a parking garage, according to a building permit application filed Aug. 19. 

They will cost about $3 million to build, and the architect on the job will be Camsam Inc. of Stamford, the architect Burr Salvatore Architects of Darien, the application said.

Numbers 8 and 10 Husted Lane received approval in 2020 from the Planning & Zoning Commission for development into a 12-unit residential building with a 315-square-foot commercial space. The owners of a neighbor property filed a lawsuit objecting to the approval, but that complaint has since been withdrawn in December, court records show. Last month, New Canaan’s chief building official received a letter objecting to the demolition of a multifamily dwelling at 8 Husted Lane, but the Historical Review Committee subsequently ended a delay on the demolition. 

One thought on “Building Department Receives Application for 12-Unit Residence on Husted Lane

  1. Is this part of the Affordable Housing for our town? The design looks beautiful and it’s not overpowering, like Vue and the projects for Weed and Main streets.

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