Tag: Larchmont Village

Slice of Hawaii on Lucerne, a win-win for you and wildlife

Slice of Hawaii on Lucerne, a win-win for you and wildlife

| January 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Darren Eminian’s home on N. Lucerne Blvd. is a nature lover’s delight, a field laboratory of sorts, where 300 hibiscus plants bloom year round. It’s been six years since Eminian hung up his suit from years of working in the banking and insurance industry to begin his research in how best to grow the colorful […]

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BOULEVARD’S HOLIDAY WINNERS

BOULEVARD’S HOLIDAY WINNERS

| December 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Village Heights took the top prize. The Larchmont Blvd. shop has won three out of the past four years of the Boulevard Improvement District holiday window contest. Flicka children’s store was runner up; CH Boutique, Landis General Store and Landis Toys were close behind.

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UPS store delivers in Larchmont Village

UPS store delivers in Larchmont Village

| June 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

Tatiana and Christophe Moerenhout were driving around looking for a location for their new UPS store franchise, when they found the perfect spot: 325 N. Larchmont Blvd. “The location is fantastic,” said Tatiana of the store’s location on the ground floor of the Larchmont Medical Building. Georgia-based United Parcel Service officials had suggested a smaller […]

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Letter to the editor: Trash land?

Letter to the editor: Trash land?

| March 31, 2016 | 1 Comment

Life on upper Larchmont Blvd has been full of challenges the last two months. It feels like those of us who live and work north of Beverly inhabit the Forgotten Land, disenfranchised from the “Village.” I reference the trash can on the east side of Larchmont across from Page School, the ONLY trash can on […]

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The fabric of life in a neighborhood—the wonders and worries

The fabric of life in a neighborhood—the wonders and worries

| January 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

HOME GROUND is a new Larchmont Chronicle column about our shared neighborhood urban landscape. I’m a walker in the city. I’ve been a solo walker since before I turned five. I started watching the landscape of my then-city, a gritty industrial town, before I had any ideas. Before I read books. Before television. The path […]

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Project may be over the top, but it’s permitted

Project may be over the top, but it’s permitted

| September 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

A nearly 4,000-square foot home is being built at 310 N. Lucerne, replacing a single-story Spanish bungalow in Larchmont Village. It’s all above board, as the lot is 7,000-square feet, and under the city’s Baseline Mansionization Ordinance (BMO), you can build about half of the size of the property lot, or, as in this case, […]

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