300RE: [MysticCrossing] Name of housing development proposed for Everett?
- Oct 26, 2004
MessageYou should also be aware that there are plans for development old the Charlestown Navy Yard Lot 5 (where Testa currently has a Big Dig laydown yard) alongside the Little Mystic Channel. This would be the 5th mixed use development along the water within a mile of each other. I have contacted the Rivers Edge developer regarding a water based transportation link. This developer (John Preotle) was instrumental in the design phase of the Wellington Greenway). There are many possibility here. Perhaps we should hold a Mystic Crossing meeting in the near future to discuss these and other issues?Officer Patrick JohnstonEverett Police Marine Division617-905-3747-----Original Message-----In a similar vein, National Development Corporation is building a
From: Robert Mela [mailto:r.mela@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: [MysticCrossing] Name of housing development proposed for Everett?
mixed-use development of several hundred ( 400?) units plus restaurants
& shops at Wellington Circle. The development will be on 16 acres in
the southeast corner of the Rt 16/Rt 28 junction ( the large vacant
parking lot near the Wellington parking garage, President's Landing, and
Krispy Kreme ).
It's probably way too late in the process, but I've been wanting to
contact National Development about how/whether the development links to
surrounding trails, and whether they'd be interested in helping upgrade
or enhance some of the trails. It seems to me $100k or less would be
worth it to them in that it adds desirability & value for the units
they'll be selling, as well as increasing foot traffic to any
restaurants in the complex.
After elections are over I'll have a couple hours per week to pursue
this. My first thought is to contact Dan Driscoll ( who I've been
meaning to contact about the Wellington Greenway ). After that I
figure on pressuring Medford's OCD for more information ( it's like
pulling teeth ... ) and finally the developer.
Does anyone have other ideas on how to approach this? Does anyone see
potential linkage to Mystic Crossing or other projects in the area?
> Mystic Landing is the proposed development at the old Monsanto
> shipping/receiving/ admin site currently owned by Modern Continental.
> Proposed plans include 530 residential units and a marina. Public
> access trails (to Bike to the Sea, etc) will be accommodated. Plan
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