133 Boston Post Road - Board of Selectmen Approved (with conditions)
Boston Properties has presented a potential housing development concept for the Biogen Idec/Monster site (133 Boston Post Road). This is an early concept that was discussed as a friendly partnership development in the Housing Production Plan. The proposal was submitted to MassHousing in December for 345 rental units with 25% set aside at the 80% area
The Selectmen have sent a conditional letter of support to MassHousing, which requests further investigation into school, traffic and financial impacts to the Town, as well as a request to reduce the total number of units and to find an appropriate access road for the development. The previously proposed Church Street access has been objected to by the Board of Selectmen and the Planning Board. Boston Properties is seeking an alternate access route.
Details of this proposal, including the site application documents submitted to MassHousing can be found by following this link. To follow the various public meetings of this project, residents should follow the Planning Board and Board of Selectmen.
The comprehensive permit hearings through the Zoning Board of Appeals has been temporarily halted. Residents can subscribe to receive notification of when meeting agendas and minutes are posted to the website.
Boston Properties has set up an online site with meeting updates and a comments section so residents can directly ask questions of the developer.
Unsupported 40Bs Before the Zoning Board of Appeals
There are currently two 40B projects in Weston that do not have the support of the Town but have applied for a comprehensive permit. Subscribe to receive notification of Zoning Board of Appeals agendas to follow progress.
- 104 Boston Post Road - (154 rental units on 2.1 acres) is currently under ZBA review
- 269 North Avenue - (16 rental units on 1.49 acres). Comprehensive Permit decision received May 3, 2017
- 255 Merriam St./11 Hallett Hill Rd - (10 ownership houses on 2.94 acres). Comprehensive Permit decision received Dec. 2, 2016. The decision has been appealed.