Projects / Development

Private Development under review by Planning Board

119 Rantoul Street (Meineke)Site Plan Review and Inclusionary Housing Permit for a proposed mixed-use development, a five-story building to include ±1,650 SF of retail space on the first floor along Rantoul Street and 56 residential apartment units on the upper four floors. A parking garage with a total of 57 parking spaces will be provided in a two-level garage at grade and below grade.  
Southwest Rantoul GatewaySite Plan Review and Inclusionary Housing Permit for a proposed mixed-use development, which includes demolition of the buildings on the parcels and construction of a 5 story (53 feet) building containing 60 apartments, 250 sf of ground floor office, and 73 parking spaces both in a garage and in surface parking, with 5 units restricted as affordable for households earning less than 60% of the Area Median Income.Next Public Hearing: 12/13/2022
350-354 Rantoul StreetSite Plan Review for the demolition of an existing 3-story building and construction of a new 2-story building to house a previously approved marijuana retail establishment. Approved
40 Dunham Road, Building 40 - Subsidized Elderly HousingNew Construction: 160 housing units designated as subsidized elderly housing, requiring a Special Permit. Approved
218-224 Cabot Street & 18 Federal StreetRenovation and new construction on 1.46 acres of land to create 113 residential units, 5,000 sf of commercial space, and 153 parking spaces for the proposed residential units. 12 of the units will be affordable units. Approved
105 Sam Fonzo Drive & 
10 LP Henderson Road
Construction of an approximately 95,800 square foot manufacturing, assembly, processing, and packing facilityApproved; Under Construction
107 Dodge StreetConvert commercial property to 5-unit residential by moving historic house on-site and adding 4 new townhouse units.Approved; Complete
108 Bridge StreetConversion and expansion of an existing building (containing one unit) to a residential dwelling adding three new townhouse style units, for a total of four residential unitsComplete
108 Sohier Road (Anchor Point)Smart Growth Overlay District (40R) application for 75 affordable family unitsModification Approved; Phase I Occupied
20, 30, and 40 Webster Avenue OSRDOpen Space Residential Design (OSRD) Subdivision creating 9 new building lots, adjusting 2 lots, and creating 2 open space parcels on a 14-acre site.Approved; Under Construction
21 Porter Terrace Definitive SubdivisionWaiver of Frontage and Definitive Subdivision Approval to divide one 15,000 square feet lot into 2 lots and extend Livingstone Avenue.Complete
50 Dunham RoadAssisted living and memory care facility ("Vitality Living")Special Permit Expired
52 Dunham RoadFive-story mixed-use commercial buildingApproved; Complete
Beverly (fka Beverly) Village for Living and the ArtsSpecial Permit with the City Council for reuse of a public building (Briscoe Middle School); Modifications and Extensions grantedApproved
Depot II ProjectSite Plan Review, Special Permit, and Inclusionary Housing for a 73' mixed-use building containing 106 residential units with commercial space, parking, and site improvementsApproved; Construction began May 2021
Livingstone Avenue Extension Subdivision2-lot Definitive Subdivision PlanApproved, Under Construction
OSRD off Thaxton Road and Grover StreetOpen Space Residential Design (OSRD) Subdivision application for 3 new lots on a new private roadApproved, Under Construction
Restaurant at 1 Water StreetConstruct a 3-story restaurant containing ground floor public amenities on land owned by the CityApproved; Under Construction
Trask Lane (Folly Hill)3-lot Definitive Subdivision PlanApproved; Under Appeal

Public Planning Projects (w/ Engineering Department)

Bridge Street Reconstruction
The City is working to advance designs for the reconstruction of Bridge Street from Town of Danvers to its intersection with River Street. The project includes intersection improvements at Bridge Street / River Street.
Brimbal Avenue/Route 128 Overpass ProjectTo promote safety, decrease congestion and improve access to un/underdeveloped properties in the Tozer/Sohier/Dunham Road area
Green CommunitiesTo reduce their energy use and their carbon footprint on the journey towards healthier communities and stronger economies
Three Intersections Project 

The City is working to advance designs to implement intersection improvements at three locations in Beverly including: Rantoul Street/ Cabot Street/ Water Street; Balch Street / McKay Street; and 1A/ County Way/ Route 97 (Henry's Intersection).
Public Hearing Presentation