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... 1980s. The 1.1 million-square-foot tower is owned by a partnership controlled by Hanover Real Estate Partners of Greenwich, Conn. Brad Marnitz and Vince Gyorgy with NAI Houston represented Kanaly in the transaction. John Pruitt and Jessica Ochoa ...
... best for retail or office use remains in question. Rosen is a managing member of Greyhawke Capital Advisors , the Greenwich, Conn., group that purchased the former J.C. Penney site last year when the retailer moved. Ideally, he says, the anchor site ...
... to set a better tone for equities," said Tim Smalls, head of U.S. stock trading at brokerage firm Execution LLC in Greenwich, Connecticut. "Over the weekend, we had FedEx cutting its forecast, which again highlights the impact of high oil prices." ...
... Depression. ``There has been some stabilization of credit,'' said Ian Lyngen , an interest-rate strategist in Greenwich, Connecticut, at RBS Greenwich Capital, a primary dealer. ``We are not out of the woods yet as there are still a lot of unknowns. ...
... be kept in a safe place and considered a guidebook for how the partnership will operate. Michael Lee Stallard, a Greenwich, Conn., business consultant, agrees that prospective partners need to have a lengthy "meeting of the minds" before formalizing ...
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Biondi named Presidential Scholar
James Biondi, a graduating senior at Brunswick School, has been named one of 139 scholars chosen in the Presidential Scholars Program.
Candidates were chosen on the basis of superior achievements, leadership qualities, personal character and involvement in community and school activities...
Program for seniors focuses on alternatives to living at home
May is Older Americans Month and Greenwich continues its celebration
tomorrow, May 13, with a program at The Mews, 1/2 Bolling Place, at 2 p.m...
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The Representative Town Meeting will tonight debate the merits of installing traffic lights on Greenwich Avenue and starting the high school auditorium renovation.
Want some fun this weekend? Head to the annual Cos Cob School May Fair from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday and from 12 to 9 p.
May 12 World Language Awards: 7 p.m., Greenwich High School Student Center. May 13 Stand by Me Reception: 7 pm.
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Raising your parents
Sarah Burningham showcases her new book How to Raise your Parents: A Teen Girl’s Survival Guide at the next Parents Together meeting, 9:15 a.m., Monday, May 12, Cone Room in Town Hall; 629-5106; Keavo@aol.com.
Africa in American eyes
Teresa DeFlitch, project manager at the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University presents a talk titled “Darwinian Object Lessons: The Cultural Formation of the African Savage in American Culture,” 9:30 a.m., Monday, May 12, Bush-Holley Historic Site; $15, $12 Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich members; 869-6899.
Richard Connors, dermatologist, talks about healthy skin and diabetes, 7 to 9 p.m., Monday, May 12, Noble Converence Center at Greenwich Hospital; free; registration required; 863-3929.
Wednesday, May 14
Visiting Mark Twain
The Friends of Greenwich Library sponsor a bus trip to Mark Twain’s Home and Museum and lunch at Apricot’s overlooking the Farmington River, 8:30 to 5:30, Wednesday, May 14, bus leaves from rear parking lot of Greenwich Library; registration required; $85 for Friends, $90 for guests; 622-7938.
Retired Men’s Association
Senator William Nickerson will speak at the next Retired Men’s Association meeting, 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 14, YMCA; 637-2393; Decsepel2@aol.com.
Fund-raising kitchen tour
Tour distinct kitchens in Riverside and Old Greenwich to raise money for the Old Greenwich-Riverside Community Centre Scholarship Fund, 10 to 2, Wednesday, May 14, Old Greenwich-Riverside Community Centre; $75 tour, $105 tour plus lunch at the Riverside Yacht Club; Ogrcc.com.
The Better Breathers Club meets, 12:45 to 2, Wednesday, May 14, Healthy Living Center; free; registration required; 863-4277; Greenhosp.org.
First step into art
Greenwich Head Start holds an opening event for its art exhibition with pieces by each of the 37 children enrolled in First Steps and Kid’s Corner Preschools, 5:30 to 6:30, Greenwich Library Children’s Room; 249-7233.
Greenwich life discussions
The Northwest Greenwich Association hosts a discussion with First Selectman Peter Tesei on issues that affect life in Greenwich, 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 14, Audubon Greenwich; 542-5032; Pres@nwga.info.
Thursday, May 15
David Tunick of David Tunick, Inc. in New York City presents a gallery talk titled “Understanding Prints,” 11:30 a.m., Thursday, May 15, Bush-Holley Historic Site; reservations required; $7 for lecture; $10 for brown bag lunch; 869-6899, ext. 10.
Multiple Sclerosis Support
The Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets, 2:30 to 3:30, Thursday, May 15, Old Greenwich-Riverside Community Center; free; registration required; 863-3792.
‘A Little Night Music’
Greenwich High School Theater presents Stephen Sondheim’s ‘A Little Night Music,’ 7:30, Thursday May 15 through Saturday, May 17; Greenwich High School Auditorium; reservations required; $15; 863-8808.
Friday, May 16
Fund-raiser wine tasting
Children’s Day School celebrates its 61st year and holds a fund-raising wine tasting, 6 to 8:30, Friday, May 16, Arcadia Coffee; $50 to $100 per person; 637-1122; Childrensdayschool.net.
Tuesday, May 20
The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce presents the Greenwich Business and Culinary Showcase, 5:30 to 8, Tuesday, May 20, Hyatt Regency; $15 if pre-registered and pre-paid by May 13; add $10 after May 13; 869-3500; Greenwichchamber.com.
Wednesday, May 21
Golfing with the Chamber
The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce holds its 6th Annual “Chamber Niners” of nine-hole rounds of golf and networking, 2:28 tee time, Wednesdays,, May 21, June 18, July 16, Aug. 20 and Sept. 17, Griffith E. Harris memorial Golf Course; reservations required; limited to 24 players; $300 entry fee; 869-3500.
Sunday, May 25
Celebrate Israel’s 60th
The UJA Federation of Greenwich sponsors a celebration of State of Israel’s 60th anniversary, 5, Sunday, May 25, Wilton High School athletic complex; free; 391-3006; Kl@austinlawrence.com.
Sunday, June 29
Cos Cob based Kids in Crisis holds a benefit triathlon, Sunday, June 29, Stamford; 622-6556; Kidsincrisis.org.
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