The transformation is nearly complete, with the developers of the 133,000-square-foot complex known as The Village announcing this month that they plan to open the hub next spring. It will become a home base not only for the conglomerate Wheelhouse and reality-TV powerhouse ITV America, but also a number of other businesses. Plans for the four-floor property coalesced in late 2017, when Montgomery and his wife, Courtney Montgomery, acquired the property for $7.6 million through an entity known as Stamford Media Village. In 2018, Wheelhouse launched. The company comprises four businesses: Wheelhouse Entertainment; marketing arm Wheelhouse Labs, investment arm Wheelhouse Partners and Wheelhouse Properties. The Village’s cost of construction is approximately $50 million. The Montgomerys are providing the financing, which includes construction loans. Stamford-based CPG Architects has led the design, while Norwalk-based A. Pappajohn is leading the building work.