The beautiful city of Newton continues to grow with a recent proposal from Northland Investment Corp. to transform Newton’s Upper Falls.
The Newton-based developer unveiled plans that propose a complete overhaul of 30 acres off Needham Street, changing current structures to an extensive mixed-use neighborhood of apartments, townhouses, offices, and retail. The project would offer 950 residential units, 175,000 square feet of office space, and approximately 200,000 square feet of retail space.
Efforts to adjust reconfiguration of nearby streets could help improve the traffic flow to the area as well as increased transportation options being in the preliminary stages of discussion.
While still in early stages, Northland expects to file plans during the first half of 2017, though the project would likely take years to complete.
For more details about these exciting developments, read more at Newton’s Wicked Local.
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