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 The owners of a neighbor property filed a lawsuit objecting to the approval, but that complaint has since been withdrawn in December, court records show.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.