Redevelopment Board continues bank plea, Atwood House

The Arlington Redevelopment Board met Monday, Nov. 15, remotely, voting to continue two hearings, and the preliminary discussion of zoning amendments went on..

Redevelopment Board logo, Jan. 23, 2013

 Specifically, 645 Mass. Ave., where Chase Bank seeks to build a bank branch at the former site of Not Your Average Joe's, was continued to Jan. 3.

At 833 Mass. Ave., where the historic Atwood House has been wrapped in Tyvek since September, the board weighed options about how to redevelop the building before voting to continue the hearing to Dec 20.

Read a full summary by Steve Revilak, who is a member of the board and provides notes as a public service. 

See the entire Nov. 15 broadcast on ACMi:

See past agendas (2018 to present) at Shane Curcuru's site >>


See Redevelopment Board on cable

This news summary was published Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021.

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