“That’s a planner’s dream,” he said.
Even though an additional building would be constructed, the overall square footage would be reduced from 13,399 to 11,520.
The entrance to the plaza would be relocated and the site designed to accommodate the future widening of North Broadway. Pavement would removed and a landscaped buffer strip would be built along North Broadway. The site would connect to the rail trail.
The project represents a continuation of the positive redevelopment already taking place in the area, Moldoff said. Sal’s is down the street from Tuscan Kitchen and Tuscan Market, Moldoff said.
“That will be a big help in getting the Depot area going,” Moldoff said.
Dandrade and Friberg could not be reached for comment yesterday.