Godwin to grow and grow

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 22, 2005

The shopping center under construction is just the first of several commercial projects planned for the growing Godwin Boulevard corridor.

On Tuesday, the Suffolk Planning Commission paved the way for future growth with the unanimous approval of two commercial subdivisions adjacent to the Centerbrooke development:

A five-lot commercial subdivision on 8.2 acres, owned by Centerbrooke Park Associates LLC.

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A seven-lot commercial subdivision on 10.6 acres owned by Tetra Associates LLC.

No specific projects are planned for either site, said Jim Bradford, a spokesman with Hassell and Folkes, the agency handling the property for Centerbrooke Park.