Gilbert considers Heritage height exemption

By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun News (Photo via Town of Gilbert)

The Brundrett Family, which owns Norwood Furniture in the Heritage District, has big plans for three vacant parcels near the Town’s iconic 130-foot-tall water tower.

They envision a four-story building housing a ground-floor restaurant, offices and a rooftop deck bar, sandwiched between their furniture store and the Farmhouse Restaurant. The 0.365-acre infill site is near the southwest corner of Gilbert Road and Page Avenue.

“The Brundretts have been here in Gilbert for decades,” said Peter Koliopoulos, president of Circle West Architects, which designed the building. “They see this as a legacy project for the town and obviously their family.”

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