Orlando Development Reveals 62 Mason Street Condominiums in Greenwich, Connecticut

Rendering of 62 Mason Street in Greenwich, Connecticut - Orlando DevelopmentRendering of 62 Mason Street in Greenwich, Connecticut - Orlando Development

Orlando Development this week revealed 62 Mason Street, a new boutique condominium property in Greenwich, Connecticut. Following meticulous restoration and remodeling, the property now comprises seven residences, each with private outdoor space, 11-foot ceiling spans, and oversized windows to maximize the flow of natural light. With each purchase, owners will also receive two dedicated parking spaces and private storage.

The residences at 62 Mason Street are priced from $2.5 million to $3.9 million. Orlando Development has partnered with Houlihan Lawrence, one of the leading real estate marketing and sales agencies serving suburban clients in the New York City metro area. The building, which is still under construction, is scheduled to be completed in summer 2022.

“We continue to aspire to choose architecturally significant residences to stand side by side with the famed Greenwich Avenue destination,” said Albert Orlando of Orlando Development. “That has been our passion for the last 18 years.”

Since the early 1980s, Orlando Development is credited as the first to bring condominium properties to the downtown Greenwich area. Prior to 62 Mason, the family-owned company debuted 30 residential properties in the downtown area. Additional developments include 12 communities in the metropolitan New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut region comprising more than 200 individual homes.

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3 Comments on "Orlando Development Reveals 62 Mason Street Condominiums in Greenwich, Connecticut"

  1. David in Bushwick | November 29, 2021 at 8:52 am | Reply

    Ugh. I guess they couldn’t afford Robert Stern.

  2. Leona Helmsley could have moved there and been the Queen. If Orlando had really been dreaming for 18 years, he could have passionately obtained real classicism instead of faux. Almost but not achieved.

  3. Looks like some of tacky crap they’re building out in Jamaica Estates.

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