The SSEDC’s Housing Committee supports the overall Cordage Park project in Plymouth (675 new homes at full build out). The project sits adjacent to the Cordage Commerce Center Campus – with restaurants, bars and other activities. The project will part of a larger development focused on revitalizing an underutilized lot – The Cordage Rope Factory. It offers front door access to the Plymouth MBTA Commuter Rail Station.This is an example of housing anchoring a mixed-use project that will have economic impact beyond its boundaries. We expect the successful development of Cordage will trigger significant new investment in the larger North Plymouth Center, with retail, commercial development and more housing. It also is likely to spur more commercial development over the town line in Kingston.
The Pinehills is an example of development that can be catalytic in suburban markets. The Pinehills offers a wide variety of housing – condominiums, single family, apartments – with views of protected open space or within walking distance to the two acre park at the heart of the mixed-use Village Green and its shops and restaurants. Walking trails through the woods connect neighborhoods to each other and the Village Green. With direct access to Rt. 3, the Kingston Commuter Rail and downtown Plymouth are a 10 minute drive.
The SSEDC’s Housing Committee supports the Redbrook development in Plymouth (1,200 homes). Redbrook offers a wide variety of types of housing and offers a community with access to shops, restaurants, and walking trails, as well as a community center. It is a quick drive to downtown Plymouth, approx. 10-minute drive to access Rt. 3 and a 20-minute drive to Kingston Commuter Rail. The development team from A.D. Makepeace has worked closely with the Town of Plymouth and will also be introducing some workforce housing into the property. This is a strong example of smart land use.
South Shore Chamber Housing Committee