The Ridgefield Planning and Zoning Commission has received an application for improvements at the former Schlumberger site.
The town is planning for an upgrade of parking, roads and drainage. This comes after town residents approved two new uses for the site, for a theater group and a luxury furniture and design firm. The leases for the Philip Johnson Building and for the auditorium call for the tenants to pay for building repairs.
The Newstimes reports that Ridgefield plans 50 new parking spaces and a redesign of the existing parking lot, with work taking about four months to complete.
ACT, A Contemporary Theater of Connecticut, will begin renovations this month. BassamFellows has already begun their work.