Sales are up 28% and contracts are up 133% as buyers from NYC and buyers looking to upgrade within Greenwich are driving the market. At the same time inventory is down making for a tight market. In spite of the demand, not every neighborhood in Greenwich is doing better as discussed here.
Explanations and resources for out-of-the-box educational options.
A mother’s advice to her teenage daughter
Challenging and difficult times of certainty weigh heavily on non-profit organizations. But a commitment to our mission and the loyalty of committed supporters help keep us going.
Community is ready to welcome young children back this September
What teachers of young children are doing for your children
By Erin Whitney read more...
August 2020 was a record for any August sales in Greenwich. The last two weeks were the busiest of the year with over 60 transactions each week. 48 out of 108 sales in August went for full list price or over list price. A couple of stats may be indicating an August peak, but other point to continued growth.
Pack your child’s literal and figurative backpack for success! With love, confidence, voice and a fully charged battery, your child will be ready.
The Greenwich Alliance for Education hired AVID students and alumni and funded Unbound Summer VR, a project designed to be a testing platform for Unbound Innovations – a VR Makery at Western Middle School and Alliance Reaching out Grant recipient for 2019-2021 (Alliance investment $74,000). Unbound Summer VR started in mid-July and each day, the six students met virtually with Mr. Lipari and Mrs. Giorlando DeRosa wearing Oculus headsets. They experimented with VR software and collaborated using AltspaceVR a virtual meeting place. One student commented that VR could be the “future of technology in education.”
COVID-19 has caused many, if not most, to feel isolated and alone, particularly the elderly. Children, too, are profoundly affected by the lack of interaction with their extended family, friends, and older adults. Christ Church Greenwich has created Silver Links, where children read stories to older parishioners, and the Bobby Project, where youth and the elderly connect.