WE/ABB – Great Pond Village Mixed-Use Development – Connecticut - Project Profile
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Winstanley Enterprises LLC (WE) and ABB Group (ABB) are planning to undertake the Great Pond Village Mixed-Use project in Connecticut, the US.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on a 283ha area and is planned to be developed in multiple phases.
The project includes the construction of 4,000 residential units, 7,896m2 of retail space, 23,225m2 of office and R&D facility and a park on a 101ha area. It also includes the construction of roads, water supply system, sewerage systems, power related facilities and the installation of elevators.
The first phase includes the construction of 300 residential units and retail space.
Urban Design Associates has been appointed as architect and Pullman & Comley as legal consultant.
On July 21, 2011, a public hearing meeting was held and the project received local zoning, wetlands and building approvals.
EastPointe LLC has been appointed as developer.
WE submitted a master plan to the Planning and Zoning Commission and secured approvals for the concept plans of the project.
Subject to securing master plan approvals for the first phase WE plans to break ground in 2017.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on a 283ha area on the former Combustion Engineering site in Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, the US.
The US$750 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 4,000 residential units
2. Construction of 7,896m2 of retail space
3. Construction of 23,225m2 of office and R&D facility