– LEGAL NOTICE –
CITY OF EVERETT
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 484 BROADWAY, ROOM 24 EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS 02149
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This notice is to inform you that a public hearing will be held on Monday September 19, 2022 at 6:00 PM, Everett City Hall, 3rd Floor George Keverian Hearing Room. All interested parties may attend and opinions will be heard regarding the following petition.
Whereas a petition has been presented by:
Property Address: 380 Second Street Map/Lot: K0-06-000041
Richard A. Badolato, Richard E. Kolinsky Trustees
380 Second Street Everett, MA 02149
Mr. Scott Brown 1280 Centre Street Newton, MA 02459
To construct a new mixed use residential and Commercial Building with 23 stories and 238’-3” in height.
Reason for Denial:
The proposed new building does not comply with the City of Everett Zoning Ordinance as there are several zoning violations (see below).
• The proposed Left side yard is only 1’-3” wide.
• The proposed building height is 238’-3”.
• The Floor are ratio is above what is allowed at 9.61.
Parking is not as required. This must be cleared up by following Section 35 the Transportation Demand Management zoning ordinance.
Section 35 Commercial Triangle Economic Development District (CTEDD) F: Dimensional requirements line 3 which states:
Side yard: ten (10) feet; provided, that the planning board may reduce the side yard requirement to four (4) feet by special permit.
Section 35 Commercial Triangle Economic Development District (CTEDD) F: Dimensional requirements line 5 which states:
Height. All buildings shall be limited to a maximum of eighty-five (85) feet. Other structures on the roof shall not count towards the height unless the area of such structures exceeds thir- ty-three percent (33%) of the area of the roof or any enclosed structure or mechanical equipment exceeds twelve (12) feet in height. The height of any building may be increased to a maximum of one hundred (100) feet upon the grant of a special permit.
Section 35 Commercial Triangle Economic Development District F: Dimensional Requirements line 6 which states the following:
FAR (floor area ratio). The floor area ratio shall not exceed 3.5:1; provided, that the planning board may increase allowable FAR up to 6:1 by the grant of a special permit.
MARY GERACE – Chairman
Roberta Suppa – Clerk of Board of Appeals September 2, 9, 2022