It's been a few years in the making and the new look is great, but will the "Four Corners" section of Brookfield ever become a downtown-type of destination for the Greater Danbury area?

Good news for Brookfield residents, according to an article at newstimes.com, coming soon to the four corners Mainstreet area will be a new Italian restaurant and some new shops. In the planning stages are a supermarket, a new medical building, and a senior living facility.

Two more Brookfield Village buildings are planned to attract more food-type shops, a salon along with other businesses. Currently, Brookfield Village already features housing on the second and third floors and an ice cream shop on the first floor.

Brookfield Village

Other proposed businesses include a Food Emporium and a Starbucks, which would be built across from Brookfield's Urgent Care. The long term goal of town officials is to turn the four corners area into what they call a "true" downtown with sidewalks and New England-style buildings. The Still River Greenway which was built in 2016 is already a major downtown attraction.

A plan to extend the streetscape to the Still River Greenway is being planned for this summer. What about the closed down Hearth Restaurant? The last I heard was that a new Dunkin Donuts might be moving to that location. What would you like to see at the Hearths old location?