MWDN: Potential Zoning Change for Mixed Use of Old HP Site in Marlborough

HP Site in MarlboroughThe MetroWest Daily News reports that the new owner of the long-vacant Hewlett Packard facility on Forest Street in Marlborough is seeking a re-zoning of the property that would allow a mixed use development.  Atlantic Management purchased the old HP property last year and has now requested that the City Council re-zone the site to create the “Results Way Mixed Use Overlay District.”  If allowed, the re-zoning would permit multiple uses, including retail, restaurants, hotels and multi-family residences. 

The City Council has asked the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) to review Atlantic Management’s proposed zoning change.  MAPC is expect to report back to the City Council on how the change would affect the City. 

For more details, check out the MWDN’s story and stay tuned here for further news on the re-development of the old HP site and other sites in the Boroughs+ area.

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 and developers in local land use permitting matters. Dave is active in the Boroughs+ region serving as the Chair of the Southborough Economic Development Committee and as immediate Past Chair of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the 495/MetroWest Partnership, the Advisory Board of the MetroWest Economic Research Center at Framingham State University, and the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation. Dave lives in Southborough with his wife and two sons.
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