Friday, December 12, 2014

"One would assume I’d be moving forward with the project after that"

Town planning officials received just one response to the request for proposals to develop a town-owned property at the corner of Emmons Street. 
While potential uses for the one-acre property had been hotly debated - with residents, downtown business owners and even Dean College officials all pitching ideas - only Franklin developer Roger Calarese submitted a proposal by the Dec. 2 deadline. Calarese is best known as the developer behind the Franklin Village Mall. 
His plan for the 150 Emmons St. site calls for a 5,300-square-foot commercial property that would include a bank with a drive-through service. He described it as being a Colonial-style building, designed to mesh with the downtown's aesthetic.

Continue reading the article in the Milford Daily News here (subscription may be required)

150 Emmons St, the building under discussion
150 Emmons St, the building under discussion

In August, the Calarese proposal for the "express of interest" was captured here

From the March public meeting, the handouts provided can be found here

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