See the design of the apartment complex at the corner of Irving and Arsenal streets known as Elan that will be submitted to the Planning Board by Greystar.
The project that will go on the former Pirolli brick yard has been following the recommendations of the Watertown design standards and design guidelines, and will include around 270 apartments along with space for stores and a restaurant.
The meeting will be held Monday, March 9 from 6-8 p.m. at the Apartments at Coolidge School, 319 Arlington St. in Watertown.
Developers Greystar Real Estate Partners and Oaktree FX have periodically met with residents to show designs and get feedback. In January, residents said they liked many parts of the proposal, including a “jewel box” glass walkway connecting two buildings. They also asked them to design the project so it could integrate with potential future developments on neighboring properties, including the Webster Trust property that includes the Extra Innings baseball facility.
Town officials have not approved the design guidelines and standards, but consultants from Gamble Associates revealed recommendations for the guidelines and standards at the end of January (see more here).