Planning Board to Hear Proposals for Former Russo’s, Sterritt Lumber Sites

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Jacobs The proposed life science lab building that would go on the former Russo’s site at 560 Pleasant St.

Two major projects will be heard by the Planning Board on Wednesday: a proposal to build a four-story lab and office building on the former Russo’s property, and a two-story lab and office building on the former Sterritt Lumber site.

560 Pleasant St.

BDPF Pleasant St. Owner, LLC. has applied for special permits and site plan review to construct a four-story, 191,220-sq. ft. Lab/R&D Office building; a one-story, 5,700-sq. ft. retail building; and
a six level parking structure with 400 spaces and 53 surface parking spaces on the approximately 4.83-acre site at 560 Pleasant St.

To see the project documents click here (scroll down to Project Status).

148 Waltham St.

Nordblom Company

An illustration of the proposed life science building for 148 Waltham St., the former Sterritt Lumber site.

The Planning Board will also see a presentation for a project that would go at the former Sterritt Lumber site at 148 Waltham St.

The two-story building would be 39-feet tall with about 67,000 sq. ft. of floor space, and 137 parking spaces.

See the project documents by clicking here (look under “Project Status”).

Meeting Info

The projects will be heard by the Watertown Planning Board at its meeting that begins at 7 p.m. on Sept. 14, 2022 in City Hall (149 Main St.). The meeting will also be accessible remotely by Zoom and will be broadcast by Watertown Cable Access TV.

Join the virtual meeting online: https://watertown-ma.zoom.us/j/92709029148

Join the virtual meeting audio only by phone: (877) 853-5257 or (888) 475-4499 (Toll Free) and enter Meeting ID#: 92709029148

Watch on Watertown Cable Access Television: RCN 13; Comcast 99 or on the web:
http://vodwcatv.org/CablecastPublicSite/watch/3?channel=3

There is also an opportunity to email comments to imarchesano@watertown-ma.gov prior to or
during the meeting.

See the agenda by clicking here.

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