Greenwich Look

Spring 2017

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[ ] 040 On a snowy winter afternoon, Lee Milazzo is proudly showing off his new Pacific Street headquarters in Stamford. Dressed in faded jeans, a flannel shirt, and running shoes, he exudes a kinetic energy as he races around the raw industrial space. This nondescript warehouse – where Milazzo spends most of his time – is fast becoming the ultimate man cave for a highly creative individual whose mini-empire includes two art galleries, the largest vintage poster restoration business in the U.S., and a sideline as a studio artist. "We just moved in, and I'm still getting used to it," Milazzo explains with a grin. "I do feel a bit like a kid in a candy store." In the rear, Milazzo's staff members are busy uncrating, processing, and organizing dozens of large artworks that will be shipped to his galleries – both bearing the name Samuel Owen – in Greenwich and Nantucket. Near the entrance, there is a kitchen, and a bar is under construction. "I love events TRIPLE THREAT G A L L E R Y O W N E R , S T U D I O A R T I S T & G L O B A L B U S I N E S S

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