Greenwich must decide if it is building for the short run and minimizing only construction costs – or for the long run, minimizing the total cost of building and operating the school, while achieving better outcomes in health, wellness, and satisfaction for generations to come.
The spring market is underway with contracts up 46% from last month. We went from 50 contracts at the end of January to 72 contracts at the end of February. Pretty much every new listing that came on market had an offsetting listing going to contract. The result is that our inventory has been essentially flat all year.
On March 8th, Greenwich’s own philanthropist Amy France is being honored at the 3rd Annual International Women's Day Benefit Concert with the Advancing Equity in Philanthropy Award presented by Girls with Impact. Amy is the co-founder of the Luke & Meadow Foundation with husband Brian. Named after her twins, France’s foundation has supported many charities supporting children. “As our kids have gotten older,” notes France, “causes such as turning girls into our next leaders has been on my radar and the work that Girls With Impact does is outstanding, and I am honored to be able to contribute.”
March is National Women’s History Month, an ideal time to remind women to take charge of their health and prioritize self-care. There are many myths about mammography, and one of the reasons some women decline to go for regular screenings is their fear of radiation. For others, it is the prohibitive cost or limited access that keeps them at bay.