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88 CambridgePark Drive Gets Green Light

There’s a new development coming to Cambridge! The CambridgePark residential development will be comprised of over 250 units and will include retail space. It will be located at 88 CambridgePark Drive, in walking distance to the Fresh Pond shopping mall. This area is a great alternative for people looking to live outside the city!

Cambridge Day reports the “254-unit residential development…originally known as 180R CambridgePark Drive, 88 CambridgePark Drive will be on what is now a parking lot between the railroad tracks and the existing 30 CambridgePark Drive. The building is being developed by Richard McKinnon, a principal of The McKinnon Co., which has built other buildings on CambridgePark Drive as well as at NorthPoint…the development at 88 CambridgePark Drive has been one of three in Cambridge that have together formed a flashpoint for controversy. This project, along with 75 New St. (also at Fresh Pond) and the redevelopment of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse at 40 Thorndike St. in East Cambridge were often cited in discussions surrounding councillor Dennis Carlone’s zoning petition to transfer design review special permit granting authority from the Planning Board to the council. That petition was defeated last month when the council declined to pass it to a second reading.”

More info is available on Cambridge Day

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