Redevelopment Board lists projects, weighs goals

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UPDATED Oct. 2: The Arlington Redevelopment Board on Sunday, Sept. 25, reviewed at its annual goal-setting meeting a list of projects permitted in 2020 through 2022 and several that may come to the board. Of note:

  • Arlington's master plan, adopted in 2015, expires soon, and the board has Community Development Block Grant funds to support an update. The board discussed timing of this effort, in relation to MBTA zoning.
  • Members asked about the Hotel Lexington, site of the former VFW building on Mass. Ave. in the Heights. Staff believes the owner ran into problems with financing and may come back with a multifamily project.

Read a detailed summary by Steve Revilak, a board member who provides meeting notes as a public service >>  


Sept. 18, 2022: Redevelopment Board discusses new guidelines for MBTA communities

 


This news summary was published Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, based on a meeting summary provided by board member Steve Revilak. It was updated Oct. 2, to correct the meeting date.

 
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