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EDGE Assembly Square Overview

Address : 74 Middlesex Avenue
County : Middlesex County
Zip : 02145
Sectors : Retail, Office, Restaurant, and Lab
Status : Project Approved

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Sqft of Land : ******
Sqft of Building : *******
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Commerical Parking Spaces : ***
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Jun 11, 2020

Special Permit Approved for 525K SF Office/Lab in Somerville

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Recent Comments

Philip Harris
Amazing what has transpired in Somerville over the last few years; having interviewed for but never got the job as an assistant city planner for this municipality a number of years ago, I was privy to the fact that AT THAT TIME, Somerville was almost exclusively zoned for buildings in the 42 to 45 foot range. Things have changed - driving by Assembly Row and then past nearby Cambridge Crossing, the City scape here (never mind Boston) would blow the mind of anyone who may have not been to this area for twenty or thirty years or so!!! I for one commend all of the development being a YIMBY, but I wonder about the old guard Somerville residents - I am sure many, but not all, are harking back to the good old days when this crowded little city was no more than a triple-decker building type residential area.
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