Brookview Village

Pond Street, Franklin, MA

Land Restoration and Development for Two and Three-bedroom Townhomes

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Baystone is proposing to restore the land and build Brookview Village comprised of 96 two and three-bedroom townhomes.  Located along the Mine Brook and adjacent conservation land, trail and canoe access will be available to residents.

The site is located just ½ mile to I-495 and 1 mile from the Forge Park MBTA Commuter Rail Station.  A supermarket, restaurant and retail options at Franklin Village are within a ¼ mile walking distance.