STRATFORD — In the facial area of fierce opposition, the Stratford City Council voted unanimously Monday to desk a final decision on strategies to construct a 160-unit housing complex at the aged Centre School home.

The controversial growth, which was endorsed before this 12 months by a variety committee, drew dozens of inhabitants to the council’s weekly conference, quite a few of whom pressed the council to vote down the undertaking because of to fears in excess of site visitors and density.

Dubbed “SuttonPlace,” the job from Spirit Expense Companions and Kaali-Nagy Properties phone calls for a four-story setting up with 154 apartments and 6 a few-bed room townhomes on Sutton Avenue.