Southborough Approves 40B Project on Route 9

Southborough Stone Marker by Town HouseAs an update to our earlier post on 40B projects in the Boroughs+ area, the Southborough Zoning Board of Appeals has issued its final approval of the proposed Madison Place apartment complex on Route 9.  The Southborough Conservation Commission has also approved the wetlands-related aspects of the project. 

The project by Westborough developer Robert Moss will include 140 rental apartments – 84 one-bedroom units and 56 two-bedroom units, according to the MetroWest Daily News.  The MWDN also reports the project will increase Southborough’s percentage of “affordable housing” under Chapter 40B from 3.5 to 7.5 percent. 

Check out the MWDN’s story for further details, and stay tuned.  For questions about permitting 40B projects or litigating disputes involving 40B projects, please contact Dave McCay or Todd Helwig at Mirick O’Connell at (508) 791-8500.

About David McCay

Dave is a partner in the firm’s litigation and land use groups where he assists clients in the resolution of complex real estate, environmental and business disputes. He also represents property owners, developers and municipalities in local land use permitting matters. Dave is active in the Boroughs+ region serving recently as the Chair of the Southborough Economic Development Committee and of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the 495/MetroWest Partnership and the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation. Outside of the office, Dave is an avid cyclist competing in road races and criteriums across New England. He lives in Southborough with his wife and two sons.
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