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Although Northland has already “participated in over one hundred meetings with its neighbors, community groups and city planners” the the City Council’s Land Use Committee will begin formally reviewing the proposed Needham Street project on Sept. 25, John Hilliard from the Globe reports.

Developers are proposing 822 apartments, including 123 affordable units, plus 193,000 square feet of office space and 237,000 square feet of retail space.

The development also would include 4,000 square feet reserved as community space, and would create parking spaces for 1,900 vehicles.

The project would retain the existing commercial building at 156 Oak St. that was built in 1900, while the remaining buildings within the project area would be knocked down, according to the filings.

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