A subdivision with two plenty that features an Italian steakhouse is proposed for the vacant Victor’s Italian Delicacies residence at 1639 Broadway.
Lawyer Richard Magnan appeared just before the Organizing Board on Jan. 7 to share his shopper Maddy’s Place LLC’s intention to divide the 1639 Broadway parcel into two loads that element a cul-de-sac entranceway.
Magnan explained the preliminary subdivision prepare phone calls for the existing Victor’s Italian Cusine making to be demolished and the construction of a new cafe.
The stop use for the other large amount has yet to be established, Magnan mentioned.
A liquor license is attached to the 1639 Broadway site, Magnan reported, including that a restaurant have to be built in order to activate the license.
In Oct 2019, the Board of Selectmen voted 5- to transfer an all liquor frequent victualer’s license from Victor’s Italian Cuisine to Saugus Rte 99, LLC.
Bobby Wong claimed the system is to even now shift forward with an Italian steakhouse at the web site. His team is also checking out the likelihood of obtaining a rooftop bar on the setting up, he mentioned.
“If the preliminary subdivision is permitted we’ll nonetheless have a handful of months to appear up with what we want incorporated in the definitive system,” Wong mentioned.
The preliminary subdivision application reveals one 47,916-square-foot lot and a next 45,930-square-foot large amount at the residence.
Senior Town Planner Alexander Mello explained to the Planning Board that the preliminary subdivision application was missing some key information and as a result incomplete.
Exclusive town counsel Jesse Schomer explained he would like to hear extra about the proposed employs at 1639 Broadway, as very well as the motive for a cul-de-sac format when there is adequate frontage on both proposed a lot.
The Planning Board took a site pay a visit to to 1639 Broadway to get a superior come to feel for the residence. The preliminary subdivision application will be revisited at the board’s future meeting on Jan. 21.
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