BLOOMFIELD (WWJ) – A huge project that stalled and was then demolished has now been reborn on the border of Bloomfield and Pontiac.

The development, called Village at Bloomfield, will be an 80-acre project on Telegraph Road just north of Square Lake Road.

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The ruins of the previous development, which stalled in 2008, were cleared out over the past month to make way for the new development, led by Southfield-based Redico. Dale Wachowski, President and CEO of Redico, says the new project will include 430 apartments, a hotel, a two-story Menards, senior housing, and a medical business.

“We’re in discussions with three of those right now and it’s yet to be determined which one will emerge,” he said.

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There will also be an opportunity for some recreation.

“It’s a beautiful site with some wetlands that we’ll be creating walking paths and really looking at that as a site amenity,” said Wachowski.

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In all, Wachoski expects the $180 million project to have shovels in the ground sometime in early 2018, with a completion date yet to be determined.