Another possible taker for the Philip Johnson Building in Ridgefield is on the horizon. The Maurice Sendak Foundation looked into turning the building on the Schlumberger site into a museum, but announced last month that it wouldn't fit their needs and could be too costly.
The Citizens Committee looking into what Ridgefield should do with the remain acreage of the town owned land says there is another company that's indicated interest in the Philip Johnson building.
The un-named modern design firm doesn't want the auditorium, and were about to sign for space somewhere else, but will delay doing so if there is a possibility for them in Ridgefield. The Committee says a theater group is still interested in the auditorium.