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Developer plans a culinary mecca, shops, housing at old office park

Wegmans market is invited, but not big chain eateries

Todd Fremont-Smith, Nordblom Co. senior vice president, is seeking local chef-driven restaurants. Todd Fremont-Smith, Nordblom Co. senior vice president, is seeking local chef-driven restaurants. (JOANNE RATHE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / November 29, 2011
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The developer of Burlington’s massive Northwest Park is taking a bold stand when it comes to signing up restaurants: No large national chains. Executives with Nordblom Co. said the firm wants to create something of a culinary mecca at the 285-acre development off Route 128 that would feature local chefs and original dining options typically hard to find in the suburbs.

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