Pemberwick is a neighborhood in the western part of Greenwich, below Glenville and above Byram. It is North of both the Post Road and I-95 and spans along Pemberwick Road. Most residences are medium (3 to 4 bedroom) to small (studio to 2 bedroom) single-family homes. As of 2012 the Pemberwick area had a population of 3,639 and a Median Home Value of $695,700.
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At the beginning of the twentieth century Pemberwick was characterized by a mix of agriculture and industry. Particularly, Russell, Burdsall, and Ward, a nut and bold manufacturer, drew many workers to the area. The neighborhood continued to grow following the Second World War as the demand for housing increased. The community relied on the Byram River and was heavily damaged in 1955 after being hit by a violent hurricane that caused the river to floor, but the neighborhood prevailed and still thrives today.
Pemberwick is a mixed-ages, urban community and contains a unique mix of people with Italian and Eastern European ancestry. With close proximity to Greenwich Avenue and direct access to Putnam Avenue and 1-95 the neighborhood is perfect for “urban sophisticates” and professionals.
The neighborhood is quiet and walkable and has one of Greenwich’s many public parks, Pemberwick Park, which has Tennis Courts and a Nature Conservancy. Just over the border into the Byram area is the Dorothy Hamil Skating Rink.