Salem Planning Board cautious on plaza waiver
Looking toward the future, the owners of the plaza recently requested that the Planning Board lift a condition on the property that limits how much of the 19,000-square-foot building could be used for retail if a new tenant were to come in.
At issue are traffic and parking concerns, according to Ross Moldoff, town planning director. At the time, town requirements called for 987 parking spaces on the property, with the developer providing 613.
"That's a significant difference, and the zoning board granted that variance back in 2008," said Moldoff.
"Currently, Namco has a lease," said Manning. "But we want to make sure we have the flexibility to find the right fit for the (shopping) center."
The board did agree to continue the hearing so it could get more information from the town's traffic firstname.lastname@example.org
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