Mark Borenstein

Mark Borenstein Quoted in Worcester Telegram’s “Vacant Worcester sandwich shop may become five-story condo complex”

The owners of a property on West Boylston Street that once housed a D’Angelo sub shop are looking to demolish the existing building and construct a five-story residential condominium building with 16 two-bedroom units and 12 studio units, four of which would be fully accessible. Mark Borenstein represents the property owner and gave a presentation during a Planning Board hearing last week, which included a request to change the property’s zoning to a commercial corridor overlay district. Mark spoke with the Worcester Telegram about the project and the zoning change:

“The project will meet the purposes, intent and objective of the (commercial corridor overlay district) by allowing for a compact, pedestrian-friendly and transit-oriented development at the property,” Mark said.

Continue reading “Vacant Worcester sandwich shop may become five-story condo complex” on the Worcester Telegram website.


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