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Wellesley-Newton DCR bridge coming to life

Wellesley Newton DCR BridgeTHESWELLESLEYREPORT.COM
BY: BBROWN

The Wellesley-Newton DCR bridge linking Washington Street in Wellesley with Concord Street in Newton: Not since the Chunnel connected England and France in 1994 has a project emerged that has the capacity to link two previously disconnected peoples.

The DCR bridge has been in the planning stages for years but should be done by around March and could open to the public as soon as late summer.

Project Update – Dec. 2010

Waterstone at Wellesley- Groundbreaking

Website

We’ve launched a website for Waterstone at Wellesley. Updates and project news will be added to the site as available. www.waterstoneatwellesley.com

Groundbreaking

City officials and many local residents joined us for an official groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 9, 2010. The weather cooperated, and officials expressed positive sentiments as we embark on redeveloping the old Grossman’s home improvement site into a community asset.

Developers Break Ground on Luxury Senior Living Facility

Members of the Wellesley Board of Selectmen, along with O'Neil and Tye, officially break ground at the old Grossman's site.

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BY: BRET SILVERBERG

National Development in conjunction with Epoch Senior Living, along with several partnering entities, ceremoniously broke ground on the forthcoming senior living facility Waterstone at Wellesley this morning.

The groundbreaking made official the project, which will include 138 luxury rental units, fitness facility among other amenities. There will also be a CVS on the premises.

Senior Living Facility Coming To Grossman's Site

WELLESLEY.PATCH.COM BY: ROB BORKOWSKI The Grossman's property on Washington Street, vacant and fenced off for years, is on its way to a more productive future. Wellesley Building Inspector Michael Grant reports the owner of the property, National Development of Newton, has filed for both a building and demolition permit for the site. While the building permit is approved, and site work can begin, the developer still needs the demolition permit in place to begin work in earnest.

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