Meadow Walk / Former Raytheon Property

Meadow Walk Construction Updates

Visit the Meadow Walk website’s Construction page for up to date information on progress at the site.http://www.meadowwalksudbury.com/construction-updates/

 

Meadow Walk Development – Contact Information

Avalon – Sudbury

  • AVALON multifamily apartment community (250 units)

Contact:Raymond Boghoswebmaster@sudbury.ma.usPhone 617-654-9549Sign up to for VIP emails with updates about Avalon-Sudbury:https://www.avaloncommunities.com/massachusetts/sudbury-apartments/avalon-Sudbury

Highcrest at Meadow Walk

  • Active Adult Townhomes (21 units)
  • Active Adult Apartments (36 units)

Contact:Robert PagliaCommunity Sales Managerwebmaster@sudbury.ma.us

Bridges by Epoch Memory Care Assisted Living (48 beds)

Retail SpaceContact:Steve SennaVice PresidentNational Development617-559-5046webmaster@sudbury.ma.ushttp://www.meadowwalksudbury.com/

 

9/22/16 Update: The Department of Housing & Community Development has included the Avalon Sudbury rental units in the Subsidized Housing Inventory (SHI), bringing the SHI for Sudbury to 10.27%. Please see the September 15, 2016 SHI Letter for more details.

The June 13, 2016 Special Town Meeting asked Sudbury voters to approve new zoning and the Master Development Plan at the former Raytheon property, 526 & 528 Boston Post Road. The Planning Board, Board of Selectmen, Zoning Board of Appeals and Design Review Board have been meeting in open sessions with the development team of National Development and Avalon Bay, and their consultants, on the design of the Master Development Plan, including location of buildings, architectural style, massing, public amenities, streetscape, landscaping, traffic circulation, stormwater, wastewater, utilities, fiscal impacts and mitigation. Most of these meetings have been televised and can be viewed on http://www.sudburytv.org/.  

These discussions have culminated in the proposed Mixed-Use Overlay District zoning bylaw, and the proposed Master Development Plan. These 2 items require approval at Town Meeting by a 2/3rds majority.

The elements of the Master Development Plan include 35,000 square feet of commercial/retail space; a 54 bed assisted care facility; 60 age-restricted condominiums; and various open space and public use areas. Other components of the overall development include the Whole Foods grocery store, which has been approved, and the Avalon Sudbury Comprehensive Permit application for 250 rental apartments, which is currently under review by the Zoning Board of Appeals.

In an effort to fully educate residents about the issues that have been under discussion over the last 6 months, this web page contains a great deal of information that has been submitted by the development team, and reviewed by the Town and its consultants. The web page is organized into separate categories for easier access to the information: (1) Master Development Plan conformance materials – maps, studies, peer review memos, including the proposed new traffic signal on Route 20; (2) Mixed-Use Overlay District Zoning Bylaw; (3) Avalon Sudbury Comprehensive Permit application; and (4) Whole Foods information.

The Planning Board hosted a public hearing and forum on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Town Hall. This hearing/forum gave residents the opportunity to ask questions of the various boards, as well as the development team and their consultants.

The applications and supporting materials are on file at the Planning and Community Development office and can be examined during normal business hours. You can also access the electronic copies by clicking the links provided (please note that some of the larger files cannot be previewed on the website, but can be downloaded). Please check back often, as any revised documents will be added to the story.

(1) Master Development Plan Conformance Materials:

Comprehensive Signage Application (1/6/2017)

Application and Narrative

Meadow Walk Sudbury Master Development Site Plan

Meadow Walk Sudbury Rendered Master Development Plan

Elevations of Retail Buildings

Elevations of Assisted Care Facility

Elevations of Age-Restricted Condominiums

Circulation Plans

Public Realm Site Sections

Master Planting Plan

Construction Management & Phasing Plan

Utilities and Infrastructure Memo

Stormwater Management Master Plan

Stormwater Master Plan Presentation

Stormwater Peer Review

Meadow Walk Traffic Study, Feb. 2016

Meadow Walk Traffic Study Appendices

Traffic Peer Review

MEPA Filing

MEPA Certificate 3-25-2016

Fiscal Impact Analysis Meadow Walk Sudbury Avalon Sudbury 03-2016

Fiscal Impact Peer Review, ConsultEcon, May 2016

Meadow Walk Sudbury, Water Impact Study, March 2016

Sudbury Water District Comments

Raytheon Site Contamination & Remediation Information

Staff Comments

Board of Health Comments

VHB Response to Sudbury Water District Comments

Sanborn Head Report June 6 2016

Final Development Agreement

GeoInsight Peer Review of Contamination Issues, June 8, 2016

Tata & Howard Report, June 2016

(2) Mixed Use Overlay District Zoning Bylaw and Map

(3) Avalon Sudbury 40B Comprehensive Permit Application

(4) Whole Foods Grocery Store

Whole Foods Architectural Renderings and Elevations

Whole Foods Site Plan Decision

Whole Foods Stormwater Decision

Whole Foods Stormwater Report Pt 1

Whole Foods Stormwater Report Pt 2

Whole Foods Stormwater Peer Review

(5) Retail Village/Bridges by Epoch Assisted Living

Stormwater Permit Application: Retail Village at Meadow Walk

Stormwater Permit Application: Bridges by Epoch Assisted Living

Stormwater Report: Retail Village and Bridges

Revised Stormwater Report and Plans:  Retail Village and Bridges

Retail Village and Bridges Stormwater Peer Review 1

Retail Village and Bridges Stormwater Peer Review 2

Please direct questions on this proposal to the Planning and Community Development Department, pcd@sudbury.ma.us or 978-639-3387.

Event Details

Start: Monday, June 13th, 2016 at 7:30 PM
End: Monday, June 13th, 2016 at 9:00 PM
Location: Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School - Auditorium

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