The currently wooded property at the town’s north end has long been eyed as prime real estate for potential development because of its proximity to both I-691 and I-84. Over the last few years, prior plans, such as for a shopping plaza, never came to fruition. Last summer, Miller Napolitano Wolff LLC and Tri-Star Development LLC secured approval from the town’s Planning & Zoning Commission to subdivide the land, at 1953 and 2037 Highland Ave., into eight lots. Recently, a large sign was posted on Highland Avenue (Route 10) to bring attention to and market the development. It advertises potential occupancy as early as 2021. Charter Realty & Development of Westport is serving as the leasing agent.