Imagine purchasing a vacant lot next to your childhood home where you played and made memories in hopes that one day you could pass it down to your heirs, hoping they could share in that experience. Then, one day, you receive a call from a childhood friend asking about the home being built on your lot. Confusion sets in, and you wonder what they could be talking about. You didn’t sell your lot, let alone plan to build a home on it.
Unfortunately for Dr. Kenigsberg and the lot he owns in his childhood town of Fairfield, Connecticut, this was his reality.