Sunday, July 23, 2006

Bassett Highway Redevelopment

From the Daily Record:

Dover redevelopment up for hearing

New condominiums, retail shops, and recreational or cultural space is planned for the Bassett Highway redevelopment project, which will be the subject of a public hearing at town hall Tuesday evening.

The town planning board unanimously approved the project Thursday, though some members expressed concerns over housing density and development consistency.

The plan calls for the construction of four- to seven-story condominium buildings that would house studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.
However, the town's plan contains density guidelines that are flexible, and it says that as few as 300 units could be built in the new development.

"My concern is that more units means more money for the developer," said Bocchino. "I represent the neighborhood, and the last thing we need is to put 700 units with 1,500 people in there."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

They have to do something in
Anybody been their lately?

It's very sad.

7/23/2006 08:06:00 AM  

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