Windsor developers break ground on 750,000-square-foot warehouse and $15 million roads project

Great Pond Village, the massive multi-use project in Windsor planned for more than a decade, is advancing to the second stage as builders prepare to erect a 750,000-square-foot warehouse and a network of new roads and utilities. NorthPoint plans to spend about a year constructing the warehouse and logistics center. Winstanley Enterprises initially talked with town officials about Great Pond in 2008, and at the time was looking to build as many as 4,000 houses, condos and apartments for nearly 8,000 residents. That version of the plan also included 850,000 square feet of civic, retail and office space. Currently the plan is for more intensive development north of Great Pond itself, with new housing and hundreds of acres of open space to the south. Winstanley completed the Preserve at Great Pond, a 230-unit apartment complex, several years ago, and plans more housing. Part of the second phase of development is roughly $15 million in road work and new infrastructure to accommodate future buildouts beyond the warehouse.

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