Luxury apartments proposed for South Windsor’s Sullivan Avenue Plaza

The Planning and Zoning Commission will consider the proposal and a request for a zone change from commercial to mixed-use development on April 13. Along with the apartments, the $30 million project includes renovation of 60,740 square feet of commercial space at the nearly deserted plaza where Geissler’s supermarket is located at 959 Sullivan Ave. to make room for restaurants, a coffee shop, a salon, or a brew pub, said Greg Nanni, general manager of Prospect Enterprises, the management and development agent for the plaza owner. A fiscal analysis of the plan prepared by Donald J. Poland of Goman and York, the developer’s planning and design firm, found that the proposed mixed-use development wouild have a positive impact on area property values. The analysis also said the development would create 101 construction and 20 permanent jobs.

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