Williams Architects, Inc.
On October 3rd 2017, the Stonington Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved 42 new condominium units on a 5 acre site that was formerly the home of Mystic Color Lab, a local business landmark. Prior failed attempts at redevelopment have left the site vacant with only remnants of the original building that was constructed as Sondonia Mills a century ago. Through careful study and with the collaboration of the Planning and Zoning Commission and Architectural Review Board, the new design establishes a more contemporary and marketable aesthetic that is in keeping with modern day Mystic as a summer resort destination. With most units having unobstructed views to Mystic Harbor and Williams Beach Park, the seven building complex will create a new community in place of an overgrown and neglected parcel that has the Mystic-Ocean Community YMCA as its closest neighbor. Williams Architects lead the Architectural design and planning effort for the owner, Greylock Development Group. New London Attorney William Sweeney directed the approval process and environmental remediation guidance. Fedus Engineering of Mystic (Civil Engineer) detailed and coordinated all site plans with the assistance of Landscape Architect Stephen Wing of Milford.
Mystic Harbor Landing
Building 4 & 5-Elevation facing Drive
Building 4– Side Elevation
Rendered view of building 4 & 5 seen from Harry Austin Drive
Aerial Site Plan
Rendered Landscape Plan