By Lauren Serrato | West Valley View (Photo via City of Litchfield Park)
With construction underway on the Litchfield Park City Center, it has been announced that the project will now officially be called Litchfield Square.
With a central 2.5-acre park, the project is anticipated to include a mix of retail, restaurant, office and residential space in multistory buildings on the east side of Litchfield Road, north of Wigwam Boulevard.
During the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on July 13, Woody Scoutten, the city’s engineer, said the project will be split into four phases, each with amenities to attract locals and tourists, such as a water feature, lawn event space, clock tower, playground and future amphitheater.
Estimated to cost $26 million in full, the project has five categorized guaranteed maximum prices.