Builder says over-55 complex shouldn't pay school fees
NASHUA — On Tuesday, aldermen were presented with a petition from the developers of the Hayden Green Condominium complex requesting that $42,000 in impact fees be waived by the city.
Previously, the Nashua City Planning Board approved the 85-unit community for residents 55 and older.
Westgate is requesting that the city return the $5,456 to North Concord Street Properties LLC, the developer of Hayden Green, and also waive the remaining public school impact fees associated with the housing complex.Hayden Green is still under construction and will eventually consist of 37 individual dwelling units and 48 units in a multi-unit building. According to the petition, about 50 percent of the individual dwelling units in the first phase of the project have already been sold, and about 45 percent of the remaining units in the first phase are under purchase-and-sale agreements.
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