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Bay State Commons (above) is a 23-acre mixed-used development that will include 44 upscale condominiums and a 260,000-square-foot retail center; Westborough Village, 300 housing units and 10,000 square feet of retail space, will be built on a 35-acre former gravel pit ( shown below).
Bay State Commons (above) is a 23-acre mixed-used development that will include 44 upscale condominiums and a 260,000-square-foot retail center; Westborough Village, 300 housing units and 10,000 square feet of retail space, will be built on a 35-acre former gravel pit ( shown below). (Photos By Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff) Photos By Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff

When bigger is also better

Two projects that exceed housing density limits put Westborough on the 'smart growth' track

By Ron DePasquale
Globe Correspondent / November 4, 2006

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Two big mixed-use developments planned for Westborough, one underway downtown and another planned by the commuter rail station, might seem out of place in this far western suburb. (Full article: 794 words)

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