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October 25, 2023

Six-story mixed-use building approved on Pearl Street in Framingham

Rendering | Courtesy of Framingham Planning Board A mixed-use project approved at 26 Pearl St. in Framingham

A six-story building featuring commercial space and 40 apartments was approved by the Framingham Planning Board at its Sept. 21 meeting.

Developer Charles Zammuto, president of Legacy Construction in Newton, proposed the redevelopment of a site owned by Daniel’s Table, a nonprofit helping with food insecurity. Currently there is a one-story building on the site serving two nonprofits. 

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26 Pearl St., Framingham

As part of the new project, Zammuto intends to provide space for the two nonprofits as well as potentially two additional nonprofit organizations. Above these spaces will be 30 one-bedroom units and 10 two-bedroom units. Originally, 35 two-bedroom apartments and five one-bedroom apartments were proposed. 

Ten of the apartments will be designated as affordable. The City of Framingham is working with the developer to allow the City to make all the units part of its subsidized housing program, Sarkis Sarkisian, Framingham director of planning and community development, said at the Sept. 21 meeting.

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