Town planners have approved a new workforce housing development that will bring nearly 240 condominiums to Bedford.
Sebbins Brook Crossing was unanimously approved by the Bedford Planning Board last week. The project includes three four-story buildings across from Iron Horse Drive on a 25-acre parcel abutting South River Road; a separate clubhouse with pool will also be constructed.
“This is a site that we believe will be attractive to the people that would be the buyers of these condominium units,” said Mark Woglom of Opechee Corp., the design and construction management firm representing the applicants, Circle Drive Associates.
The first phase of the development includes two four-story workforce housing apartment buildings with 71 units each, as well as one four-story senior housing building with 96 units for ages 55 and up; the apartment buildings will operate under a condominium association form of ownership.
“It does achieve workforce housing in a