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EBNHC Looking to Build New Facility in City

January 20, 2017

By Sue Ellen Woodcock

East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC) is looking to expand its services in Revere with a new building on Garofola Street on the site of the Mottola Post for its PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) program for the elderly.

The healthcare provider is requesting a variance for front, side and rear yard setbacks, also open space requirements and a landscape buffer screen. In addition, parking for medical office use, and a minimum setback for dumpster pads. They are also requesting permission to the raze the current VFW Post on the site.

Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso is pleased the project will be coming to his ward. He said the design is reminiscent of a Cape Cod resort.

“It’s going to be a nice quality place to service the elderly of Revere and around,” Guinasso said. “They are a first class neighborhood organization to work with.”

The $10 million project includes a new building of 15,550 sq. ft., single story with a porch overlooking the marsh. EBNHC hopes to have the project completed by mid-2018. EBNHC held a meeting with the neighbors in November to explain the project. At that time the neighbors expressed concerns about traffic and noise, especially during construction. EBNHC purchased the property late last summer.

“Some neighbors have relatives in the PACE program,” said Michelle Hagerty, marketing manager for EBNHC.

See full story at Revere Journal link here.

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