Former Braintree concrete plant could make way for 142 condo units

The proposed “Riverside Condominium” would be built on the Adams Street site now occupied by Graziano Concrete.

Patriot Ledger | Fred Hanson
October 27, 2016

BRAINTREE – A developer is proposing to build 142 condominium units on the site of an Adams Street concrete plant.

George Lang of Braintree is seeking to build the development, named Riverside Condominium, on the 16-acre Graziano Concrete property at 71 Adams Street. All of the units – 96 townhouses and 46 in two mid-rise buildings – would have two bedrooms.

Brian Palmucci, a lawyer representing Lang, said the proposed development would make the site look “a thousand times different than it does today. It’s a very nice use of the site.”

The plans also call for “significant open landscaped green space, including a river walk path along the Monatiquot River which will be open to public use, a tennis court and a gazebo.”

The site is located in a mostly industrial area between Adams Street and the Greenbush line commuter rail tracks. Neighbors include the town’s school bus depot and a manufacturer of pre-cast concrete products.

Palmucci said the plans have been revised four or five times over the past two years.

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