BUSINESS QUARTERLY: A glance at housing projects in the region

Published: 04-25-2023 12:36 PM

Antrim

42 Main St.: An investor has purchased some of the historic Goodell Mill buildings and plans to create a housing development called Antrim Commons. The old Goodell Mill building on Main Street is on the National Registrar of Historic Places, so it must be preserved from the outside. The businesses in the mill, Avenue A, The Moka Pot and the florist, will remain.

Francestown

Woodward Hill Road: Planning Board approved eight-lot subdivision applied for by Native Construction LLC and Philip and Sonja Way.

Greenville

77 Pleasant St.: Construction is underway on the first phase of a three-phase project to build a total of 55 units in an Open Space Development.

8 Dunster Ave: A proposal to convert the former Antiques Mall of America into 10 apartments may have to be reworked or get additional variances.

Jaffrey

70 Main St.: the former St. Patrick’s School, is intended to be torn down and the land used for two apartment buildings and condominiums, with as many as 68 units. The plan is currently conceptual.

Stratton Road: A plan is currently before the zoning and planning boards to build 13 housing units.

Peterborough

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Concord Street: 16 single-family homes are approved and under construction at the old Woodman’s Florist lot.

Southfield Village: New Trail Edge Condos will consist of 16 duplexes and one six-unit building (38 units total).

Carley Road: Cranberry Meadow Estates building has already begun. The original plan allowed for up to 12 single-family homes.

241 Union St.: 30-unit rental development. The project is approved but has conditions of approval that need to be met before the plan is signed.

Middle Hancock Road: Walden Eco Village, 19 units. The project is approved but has conditions of approval that still need to be met before the plan is officially signed.

Mercer Avenue: 100-unit workforce housing development scheduled for preliminary review hearing on May 8.

Carley Road: Eight single-family homes in an open space subdivision scheduled for preliminary review hearing on May 8.

Old Street Road: Stone Barn development – 67 units for people 55 and older. They’ve been granted a special exemption for the density for 55-plus housing, and still need at least one site plan review.

10 and 12 Vose Farm Road: 93-unit mixed income mixed income development planned by Catholic Charities. A variance has been granted and they will now need to seek Planning Board approval.

Rindge

1222 NH Route 119: A 13-unit condominium and business mixed-use development is complete, with tenants moving in.

Route 119: A proposal by Navian Development for a 59-unit planned unit residential development is still completing state permitting processes, after completing town approvals.

Route 202 and Thomas Road: A mixed-use development with a three-office commercial building and eight three-bedroom units in a condominium development on the corner of Route 202 and Thomas Road has broken ground after town approvals.

Wilton

47 and 49 Main St.: The former Sacred Heart Catholic Church completed needed conditions to start construction on converting the building to four apartments. Construction on two apartments in the former rectory are complete.

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