The next milestone for the development will be next month’s opening of Trotter Road, a freshly paved street on the western part of the base that runs from SouthField Highlands to the South Weymouth commuter rail station and Route 18.
Meanwhile, The Commons at SouthField Highlands, the first apartment complex to be built at SouthField, is trying to get silver certification under the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building program.
Bruno said residents and homebuilders are pleased with how SouthField is progressing.
“We’re thrilled that the vision for the project has been so well received,” she said. “It just energizes us to keep going. The commitment is very real.”