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Development at former Polaroid site in Waltham to feature supermarket, Starbucks, among others

Posted by Jaclyn Reiss  December 20, 2012 03:40 PM

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Developers of 1265 Main St., the former Polaroid site in Waltham, have announced a number of its finalized commercial tenants for the 280,000 square foot planned mixed-use plaza, including Market Basket, Starbucks, Marshalls, TD Bank, Bonefish Grill, and Jake-n-Joes Sports Grille.

The developers will be submitting consideration for drive-through uses to the Waltham City Council in the near future, they said in an email to Waltham Mayor Jeannette McCarthy.

Developers also said they are working diligently to add more fashion retailers and potential office tenants for the site, but currently do not have any commitments to announce.

Provided the developers' NStar relocations remain on schedule, construction of these six store spaces will begin by late March or April, with projected partial occupancy of by the end of 2013, according to the email.

The announcement of retail tenants at the site comes after City Councilors and nearby residents were told that blasting at the site along Rte. 128 will continue into the spring. Waltham residents and officials were originally told that the rock and ledge blasting would be completed by October 2012.

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