34 Miltiades, non-railroad side, sold for $1.1 million. A good friend of mine grew up here, long ago, with his brother, sister, grandmother and both parents. The children were quite successful in later life, somehow. What’s sort of sad is that my friend’s father’s job was to empty parking meters for the town of Greenwich, yet he lived barely 100 yards away from the president of a large NYC bank. The days of that kind of economic diversity in Riverside are long gone. I’m certainly not calling for some sort of government leveling program here, just observing that the town’s a far different place than it was when I was growing up.