Representatives from Pulte Homes of New England, LLC provided an update on their Local Initiative Agreement Proposal and Project to the Select Board on September 12, 2023.
The Developer is seeking to develop 33-69 Green Street into 300 units of open age, condominium housing and related amenities to be known as Emerald Run. 25% of the project will be affordable units and a public way will be constructed to connect Green Street and South Street.
To watch their presentation to the Select Board use this LINK
G.L. c. 40B, §§ 20-23 – known as Chapter 40B or the Comprehensive Permit Law – is a state law that was enacted in 1969 to facilitate construction of low- or moderate-income housing. It establishes a consolidated local review and approval process (known as a “comprehensive permit”) that empowers the zoning board of appeals (ZBA) in each city and town to hold hearings and make binding decisions that encompass all local ordinances or bylaws and regulations. Comprehensive permit applications are subject to unique rules and are typically far more complex than any other matters that come before a ZBA.