Brookfield's Plan Commission Monday approved the construction of a new 4,500-square-foot building and preliminary future development plan at the Stonewood Village shopping center on Capitol Drive.
Center owners 4 S plan to renovate the center by adding new buildings and changing the parking and traffic flow on the site via a four-phase redevelopment plan.
The first phase includes the construction of the new building on the west side of the shopping center and the reconfiguration of parking along Capitol Drive.
The developer plans to raze a historic two-story barn to accommodate the changes, but representatives from Stonewood Village they would be willing to work with the Elmbrook Historical Society to relocate the farm or reuse some of the materials elsewhere on the site.
The proposal for the first phase now goes to the Common Council for approval Tuesday, May 19. Subsequent phases of the project will need the approval of the Plan Commission and the Common Council.
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