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Everett Conservation Commission September 9, 2022

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In accordance with the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act (Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 131 Section 40), the Everett Conservation Commission will hold a Public Hearing on September 22, 2022 in the George Keverian Room, Third Floor, Everett City Hall, 484 Broadway, to consider a Notice of Intent filed by Greystar Development East, LLC., One Federal Street, Suite 1804, Boston, MA 02110 (Ryan Souls – 857-254-1328) and Represented by Bohler Company, 45 Franklin Street, Floor 5, Boston, MA 02110 (Zachary Richards – 617-849-8040).

The Notice of Intent includes a Proposed Mixed-Use Development, 1690 Revere Beach Parkway, Chelsea/Everett, MA 02149. The owner/applicant Greystar Development East, LLC as indicated filed supporting documentation for the proposed development. The Proposed work is to take place on the +/- acre parcel known as 1690 Revere Beach Parkway, with 5.6 acres located in the City of Everett and 1.3 acres located in Chelsea. Regarding the Everett parcel, the Applicant proposes the construction of two 7-story residential buildings with retail space on the ground floor. 857 parking spaces will be provided within garage and surface level parking areas, and the construction of new stormwater water and utilities. The Project as indicated in the Notice of Intent will not result in any increase in impervious surface areas across the Site and a Mass DEP compliant stormwater management will be provided.

A section of the Notice of Intent considers the impact of climate change in the Site. In both buildings the ground floor and other areas will be surrounded by concrete walls to waterproof rooms, all other lower residential will have furnished floorelevations of higher level. Other areas will also be protected as needed. Electrical – elevator machine rooms will be housed on the second floor or higher will be off the flood plain.

No areas of Estimated or Priority Habitat for Rare Wildlife or Vernal Pools exist on the Project Site.

A copy of the Notice of Intent is available for review in the Office of Planning and Development, City Hall, Room 25.

Contact Tom Philbin, the Conservation Agent at 617-394-5004. All persons interested may attend the Public Hearing. Park in the rear lot of City Hall. City Hall is open Monday and Thursday, 8:00 AM to 7:30 PM, Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. City Hall is closed on Friday.

Jon E. Norton Chairman Everett Conservation Commission September 9, 2022

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