MARLBOROUGH – Nearly four years after the approval of a site plan, 28 South Bolton St. appears ready for the next steps.
In late December, the property – once home to a Re/Max office and Heritage Home Funding – was fenced off and marked for demolition. Over the first weekend of the new year, members of the Marlborough Fire Department used the site for a training program.
Once demolished, the site is slated to be converted into a multifamily mixed-use project.
In November 2018, the city approved plans filed by Southborough-based M&E Ventures Corp. for 36 residential units. This will include four one-bedroom units and 32 two-bedrooms.
In November 2021, M&E Ventures requested an extension of time for the project to be completed. According to a letter to the City Council, M&E Ventures had entered into a purchase-and-sales agreement with Dr. Srinivas Desaneedi, who “intends to develop the project as approved in 2018 with the same plans, layout and building design.”
Desaneedi is listed as the owner and manager member of Bolton Heights LLC, according to Building Commissioner Tin Htway.
Htway said, “The project is preparing for building permit submission very shortly.”