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MILFORD — The proposed redevelopment project at the Connecticut Post Mall received mostly positive feedback from Planning and Zoning Board members and the public at a Plan of Conservation and Development subcommittee meeting May 26. But questions remain about the plan’s size and whether the design is “Milford” enough.
The plan is to build up to 500 luxury apartments in two phases. Phase 1 would include about 300 apartments around a central plaza in the area formerly occupied by Sears Auto Service. The plaza could be used for concerts, outdoor dining, farmers markets and other outdoor events, according to Steven Levin, CEO of Dallas-based Centennial Real Estate, which owns the mall.