New medical office building proposed in Salem
The Planning Board recently held a public hearing on the site plan for the single story medical office and urgent care building proposed by developers AV3 Properties and continued the hearing to give it time to conduct a further engineering review of the project.
“The original building is from the 1940s and the addition with the drive-through was built in the 1980s,” said Gross. “The piece of property was developed well before zoning was in place.”
A number of different scenarios were looked at for the configuration of the building and the parking, and Gross said the decision was made to use as much of the existing building and parking footprint as possible.
Gross said the building will fit in nicely with the overall redevelopment of the area.
During the course of bringing the project before the town, Gross said town planning director Ross Moldoff was initially not happy with the architectural design.
Moldoff said he was happy with the design changes made by the architect.
Although the Planning Board has not given its final approval for the project, several members said they are happy with the plans.
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