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CHESHIRE, CT-WS Development said late last week it plans to build a 500,000-square-foot outlet center in this New Haven County town, in a revival of a plan first announced in 2006. Reportedly budgeted at $100 million-plus, the complex would eventually include a residential component, Chestnut Hill, MA-based WS said.

Now known as the Outlets at Cheshire, the project originally was approved by the Cheshire Town Council in 2007, the Cheshire Citizen newspaper reported in February. As the housing bubble began deflating and retail demand soured, the project was put on hold, Louis Masiello, VP of development at WS, told the paper, although the company has kept the master plan active and maintained the contract rights to develop the 100-acre site.

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