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Nashua apartment complex ready for next phase
Representatives from the John J. Flatley Company will be presenting plans for the second phase of the Tara Heights apartment complex to the Nashua City Planning Board, hoping to receive final approval for the massive project.
The eight four-story, multi-family residential buildings will house 384 units of one- and two-bedroom apartment homes, Cane said.
Cane is hopeful city planners will accept the application for the project and that construction could begin on the apartment units this fall.
Matthew Taylor, deputy planning manager for the city, said previously that Tara Heights will create a space where people can live and work in the same location.
This past April, city planners approved the construction of a new retail building at Gateway Hills and the expansion of a roadway at the industrial park to allow for the second phase of development.
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