Environmental opponent wages another lawsuit against Davenport Landing project

The $27.9 million mixed-use Davenport Landing project at Harbor Point in Stamford will be back in court again, continuing about five years of legal action with the city over demolition of a boatyard. An environmental group has brought suit against Stamford-based developer Building and Land Technology regarding the 25,7oo-square-foot boatyard and the 218-unit apartment complex which together sit on 4.4 acres. Norwalk-based nonprofit Soundkeeper alleged in the lawsuit that the city violated the state’s Coastal Area Management Act and the city’s zoning regulations in allowing the project to proceed. Davenport Landing is set for completion in 2018. [FBJ]

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