Bloomfield panel endorses plan to build 90 townhouses, duplexes

A developer has been given the approval to move forward with plans to build 90 townhouses and duplexes on a site that was initially proposed for single-family homes. The Bloomfield Plan and Zoning Commission voted last week to approve a master plan from Krown Point Capital to construct the project on a nearly 54-acre site at the end of Ryefield Hollow Drive. Reggie Kronstadt, Krown Point’s principal, said the company plans to build 68 townhouses and 22 duplexes, which he described as luxury rental units that will each feature up to three bedrooms. Dave Ziaks, an engineer working on the project, said 25 acres of the property will be set aside as permanent open space for the town. A small dog park will be built inside the development. Kronstadt said construction of the project is expected to take up to 24 months to complete. If the town approves a site plan for the development, the work could begin as soon as this fall.

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