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Condo project in former church surges ahead in Marlborough

Posted by Ralph Ranalli May 31, 2007 08:52 AM

St. Mary's, circa Palm Sunday 2004
(Photo by Sean Dougherty for the Boston Globe)


A City Council subcommittee has approved a special permit to allow a developer to construct 36 residential units at the site of the former St. Mary’s on Broad Street.

The five-member Urban Affairs Committee approved allowing the developer to construct 10 units in the church building, 10 units in a former school on the site, and five units in the former rectory. Eleven new townhouse units will be built in the rear of the premises.

The special permit must be approved by at least eight members of the full 11-member Council, which will vote on the permit at its June 11 meeting.

-– Calvin Hennick

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