Developers of 104 Main Street Project Ask for Delay for Zoning Board Hearing

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A view of the revised plans for the 104-126 Main Street project. The sixth floor has been scaled back and would not be seen from Main Street. (Illustration by Icon Architecture)

The developers of the proposed six-story project on Main Street requested that the hearing on the case be moved to the August Zoning Board of Appeals meeting.

In June, they presented changes to the ZBA, which still had concerns about aspects of the project, including the number of stories and public amenities. The case was due to be back before the board on July 26, but developers requested the case to be continued another month. It will now be scheduled for the Aug. 23 meeting.

The ZBA will still meet on Wednesday at 7 p.m. They will hear a new case about a request to increase the height of a roof for a home on Brookline Street to allow for construction of a bedroom and full bathroom. Also, Sira Naturals marijuana dispensary on North Beacon Street has requested a change in operating hours from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. to 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The meeting is in City Hall, and will also have remote participation. See more details here.

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