Death, taxes, banks, and CVSs. You can always count on those four things in Stamford, and the South End is not immune to the CVS scourge. Coming soon, right across from Fairway:
My main issue with this isn't that it's yet another CVS in Stamford (the 1449th, by my count), or even that it's a generic, boring CVS that looks like every other CVS. My biggest issue is that it's a one-story standalone building with a huge parking lot in a part of town that should have much higher density in its buildings.
The city and BLT essentially have a blank slate down there, but instead of creating new and interesting buildings and neighborhoods, we get this. I can't believe the city planners approved this bland suburban box in such an urban setting. Why couldn't this CVS be incorporated into an apartment building like the Walgreen's on East Main Street? Ugh.