Brookfield hires consultant to assess feasibility of new grocery store

Brookfield trustees on Oct. 11 voted 5 to 1 to shell out a consulting organization $20,000 to see no matter if it is feasible for the village to entice a grocery retailer and in which this sort of a business may well be located.

Trustee Brian Conroy solid the lone vote in opposition to the arrangement with Mallon and Associates, a Wheaton-centered organization that specializes in retail actual estate development, with distinct abilities in establishing grocery shops and pharmacies.

Brookfield Village Supervisor Timothy Wiberg advised trustees prior to the vote that conducting the feasibility research aligned with the village board’s strategic goal of attracting financial development.

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