Brookfield to vote on $3.6 million fourth phase of Four Corners streetscape project

The town plans to present the design for the $3.6 million fourth phase of its downtown revitalization project for approval at an upcoming special town meeting. Brookfield has completed two of five phases of the Four Corners streetscape project, and will start construction on its third phase this summer. Now, at 7 p.m Tuesday in the Brookfield High School auditorium, residents will be able to mask up, head to the high school and cast their vote. The total cost of the five phases hits around $11 million, with $3 million estimated to be covered by the town. However, half of that $3 million was already covered in the first phase of the project. Now on the second phase of its three-phase plan, the developers ultimately aim to construct six new buildings in the downtown area for commercial and residential use. Construction for two buildings is expected to wrap up in August, developer Alan Rothman said.

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