Thursday, March 14, 2013
The development would bring more residences and shops to the Moody Street area in Waltham.
A developer has proposed a new shopping and residential complex at the intersection of Main and Moody Streets, which the City Council's Ordinance and Rules Committee has taken under review. To get a better idea of how it would look, check out the presentation above. The visuals are meant to give residents an idea of how it would look and are not considered final renderings.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The development would be at the corner of Main and Moody Streets.
More details for the proposed development at the intersection of Main and Moody streets emerged during a Monday, March 11 City Council meeting. Northland Moody Street LLC has proposed a three-building development that would include residential units, two banks and two retail spaces. The developer has requested a special permit for the site that, if approved, would allow it to have temporary structures during construction, parking within 200 feet of a church and four drive-thru lanes for the banks. It would also increase the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) for the site. FAR governs how much floor space a home can have relative to its lot size. The special permit request was referred to the Rules & Ordinance Committee for further review. SITE …
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The Traffic Commission will meet soon to discuss impacts of a proposed luxury apartment complex.
A large luxury apartment complex and retail building has been proposed for the intersection of Main and Moody Streets, according to Waltham Traffic Commission documents. The development would include 277 luxury apartments and 29,000 square feet of retail space at the 1 Moody St. complex and several surrounding buildings, according to Waltham Traffic Commission documents. It would also include a bank and possibly a restaurant. The Commission is scheduled to discuss the traffic impacts of the project during its Wednesday, Dec. 19 meeting at 10 a.m. at City Hall. The three buildings currently on the site would be demolished, Waltham Traffic Engineer J. Michael Garvin wrote in a memo to the Commission. Those include the 1 Moody St. office …