There will be several new businesses at the M.F. Charles building when construction is complete. But what about on the top two floors?
One Patch reader wanted to get to the bottom of whether or not residents will be able to live on one of the floors when the doors are open to the Main Street building.
"What do you know about the proposed condos up above. I have clients asking, and can't seem to find any info," asked Patch reader Rick Nazzaro.
According to Staff Planner Jessie Wilson, the developer hasn't made a final decision on what will go on floors two and three.
Wilson said the planners are considering residential rentals on the third floor and offices on the second floor, but have not come before the town to receive permits for that.
As of now, construction on those floors will essentially create a shell of a room with life alert systems installed and nothing else. That will leave the developers with flexibility to move forward with apartments and offices if they choose, or potentially something else.
In terms of the businesses, Wilson said opening dates will be scattered and residents should not expect all of them to open at the same time. Tenants are not expected to start construction for about another month.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt will be the first to open, likely in November. The bank that will be opening on Main Street, for example, is not expected to do so until next year.
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