Innes Redevelopment

Chelsea, MA
Live, Work and Grow - Innes Redevelopment is for Everyone. The Official Website for the Proposed Redevelopment of Innes Apartments.
Development Team
Phase
Community Review
residential
New Public & Workforce
retail
2000 SQ FT
affordable housing
& Market Rate
Retail
Daycare and more
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    Phase 1 Construction Start

    After existing residents are relocated, construction would begin on Phase I of the Innes Apartments redevelopment.

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    City and State Approvals Received

    All City and State permits and approvals received.

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    Demolition/Building Permit Process

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    Site Plan Approval Process

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    City Council Public Hearing for 40R

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    Planning Board Public Hearing for 40R

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    Informational Public Meeting for 40R

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    Update to City Council

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    Resident Dinner Sessions

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    Neighborhoood Info Session

    Join us for a community information meeting where you can learn more about the proposed Innes Apartment redevelopment project.

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    Resident & Stakeholder Engagement

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    Resident Meeting

    Meeting with Innes Residents to discuss feasibility study, resident/developer partnership and stages of development.

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    Resident Meeting

    Meeting with Innes residents to discuss how residents will be involved in the process adn temporary relocation aspects.

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    JJC Awarded Project

    JJC selected from request from proposal (RFP) response and awarded planning grant for $300,000.