Long-dormant Cheshire property could attract 300 apartments and a national grocery store chain

Officials with Eastpointe, a Fairfield developer, have presented Cheshire’s Planning and Zoning Commission with plans for a 300-unit apartment complex that would be built within Stone Bridge Crossing. The 107-acre mixed use development, is located near the intersection of Interstates 691 and 84 as well a main entrance off of Route 10. Town officials are declining comment on who that tenant might be. Burt Flickinger, managing director of Strategic Resource Group, said it is likely either Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s. Cheshire has an ordinance that limits retail development to 50,000 square feet or less. Charter Development’s online leasing information has the two largest retail space in Stone Bridge Crossing one that is 23,000 square feet and another at 22,000 square feet. Mike Glidden, Cheshire’s town planner, said Eastpointe’s apartment complex plans will be formally read into the record Monday night with a public hearing scheduled for Oct. 24.


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