posted on May 26, 2021 13:27
By: William F. Galvin of the Cape Cod Chronicle
HARWICH — The owners of the Chloe’s Path subdivision off Sisson Road are proposing to build 96 housing units on 8.14 acres to the rear of the town’s public safety facilities.
Landowners Peter Donovan and Gary Terry and their consultants want to engage in a preliminary discussion with the selectmen about the scope of the project, the regulatory process and community outreach, said Attorney Andrew Singer.
The plans floated Monday night call for two three-story buildings, each containing 48 units, to be located at the southern end of Chloe’s Path. The buildings would provide 62 one-bedroom units, 24 two-bedroom units and 10 three-bedroom units. There would be parking garages underneath the buildings.
Singer said 25 percent of the units would affordable, deed restricted to tenants earning no more than 80 percent of the area median income. The remaining rentals would be for workforce and market rate tenants.