The Metrowest Daily News reports today that one of Southborough’s two proposed 40B affordable housing projects got approval from the Zoning Board this week, while the other is still waiting.
The plan that received approval is Stonebrook Village, a 15-unit development off Oregon Road being developed by Southborough-based Capital Group Properties. Capital Group president William Depietri had previously accused the zoning board of dragging its feet on the project.
As for the other 40B project, Woodland Meadows, a 16-unit townhouse complex off Oak Hill Road, the zoning board has yet to make a decision. but is expected to do so within the next 30 days. Developer Robert Heavey of Natick told the MWDN he will appeal if the board adopts the 50 or so conditions it is considering attaching to the project.
You can read more in this article in the MWDN.