The Greens at Greenwich 1155 King St, Greenwich, CT06831 The Greens at Greenwich is located on King Street, outside the downtown area. It is an assisted-living facility on the…More east side of the street, in a large redbrick building with white siding. There are 28 apartments for residents, and 24-hour assistance is always available. Call the number provided to inquire about vacancies.
Joan Bobrow Realty 937 King St, Greenwich, CT06831 Joan Bobrow Realty is located on King Street in Greenwich, just outside of the downtown area. It is based out of a white…More house on the east side of the street. Joan Bobrow is a real estate agent with both residential and commercial properties throughout the region.
This is the Greenwich facility of Connecticut Health Facilities. Connecticut Health Facilities was founded in 1972 by…More owner and President Harold J. Moffie with the aim of providing healthcare for seniors. The location in Greenwich on King Street was established in 2005. Connecticut Health offers long-term care and comprehensive short-term rehabilitation services including "orthopedic and neurological impairments, joint replacements, cardiac and stroke rehabilitation, prosthetic training, home management retraining and family education."</p>
<p>Call the number provided or visit the <a href="http://www.cthealthfacilities.com">website</a> for more information.</p>
Presstek 10 Glenville St, Greenwich, CT06831 Presstek is located on Glenville Street in Greenwich, just east of King Street. The company is on the third floor of a…More large red-brick office building set back from the street down a long driveway. Presstek specializes in the development and creation of offset printing presses and other related technologies. The company also offers repair services for its products.
Gimbel Sanctuary Sherwood Ave & Nutmeg Dr, Greenwich, CT06831 One of the Audubon Greenwich's accessible parcels, the Gimbel Sanctuary provides visitors with some 80 acres of forest,…More wetland and open fields to explore. There's a memorial garden filled with plants that attract butterflies, and a hiking trail connects the sanctuary to the Byram River Gorge Preserve.<br /><br />The Gimbel Sanctuary is part of the former 200-acre Gimbel estate, which was occupied by three generations of Gimbels since 1925. The Gimbel Foundation gave 37 acres to the local Audubon Society of Greenwich in 1972 and John Fereri gave another 43 acres in 1995.<br /><br />The main entrance is via a trail from a six car parking lot on Sherwood Avenue opposite Nutmeg Drive. Visitors can also access the sanctuary on King Street, next to the Greenwich Woods Nursing Home, where street-side parking is available.<br /><br />Admission fee for non-members is $3 adults, $1.50 children/seniors.
Harvest Time Assembly of God Church 1338 King St, Greenwich, CT06831 Harvest Time Church is an evangelical church built in 2004 and located on King Street. A Saturday worship service is…More held at 5:30pm. Sunday services take place at 8:30am, 10am and 11am. Music and singing always feature, courtesy of the local musicians and artists that comprise the Harvest Time Worship Team, and the church welcomes new talent. Children are encouraged to attend Sunday School during the service and after sanctuary worship. Child care is available for little ones. Events are held regularly, and churchgoers can sign up to receive updates online.
Farming 10 acres along the northern-most end of King Street in Greenwich nearly 60 years, the Augustin family farm is…More the only surviving produce farm in town. John and Kathy Augustin, point out their family name has no "e" on the end, though the name of the farm does. </p>
<p>Augustine's Farm offers eggs and honey in five different varieties during limited winter hours. By April, Kathy's greenhouse-grown flowers are ready in time for Mother's Day.</p>
<p>Beginning mid-June the farm is open 9:00am to 5:00pm, seven days a week with their own Swiss chard, beets, carrots, bok choi, and garden peas. In June they also sell local strawberries.</p>
<p>As summer heats up, Augustine's becomes a destination for corn, which is known for its great flavor. </p>
<p>The farm is not certified organic, though John and Kathy use no pesticides. </p>
<p><strong>Greenwich-grown and family-owned</strong><br>Farmer John likes to remind customers that Augustine's Farm is "Greenwich-grown and family-owned."</p>
<p>You can't miss the signage across the street from the Griff Harris golf course.</p>