The Brighton City Council has given final approval to a project that will result in 85 townhouses on the city’s northeast side.
Meeting in regular session Thursday night, council unanimously approved the Planned Unit Development to be known as Brighton Square. Robertson Bros. Manager of Land Acquisition and Development Tim Loughrin told council that the units will all be individually owned, similar to condominiums.
Robertson Brothers Homes of Bloomfield Hills is the developer of the 5.5-acre property at Flint Road and Temple St., which is owned by local business owner John Conely. Conely told council he had been gradually acquiring properties, piece by piece over the last several years, with plans to build the townhouses in mind. The Brighton Planning Commission unanimously approved the Planned Unit Development site plan last month, but since it was to be rezoned as a PUD, it had to go to council for final approval.
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