Zoning officials to decide Weymouth Landing project next

Patriot Ledger| By Jessica Trufant
March 8, 2017

WEYMOUTH – The zoning board of appeals will open its hearing on a proposed Weymouth Landing project and issue its decision on another at a special meeting next week.

The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 16 at the McCulloch Building, 182 Green St.

After a public hearing spanning two sessions, the board will vote on a proposal by developer Michael Kiley of Heritage Companies to redevelop the Brava building at 59 Washington St. – where Passport restaurant is located – and build on the parcel to the rear of it, at 0 Front St.

Kiley hopes to convert vacant office space above the restaurant into two apartments and put up another 21 apartment units with parking on the first and second levels of the new four-story building. The proposal includes 19 parking spaces for retail on the first level – which would open up directly onto Front Street – and 25 spaces on the second level accessible only by residents using a sloped driveway.

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