Wayland Town Crier 4/21/17: Judge sides with Wayland over Glezen Lane/Rte. 27 turning restrictions. A superior court judge has sided with the town in a disagreement with several residents over how the Glezen Lane/Rte. 27 intersection is configured.
In a March 27 decision, Justice Helene Kazanjian found that permanently restricting certain turns at the intersection would make the town less safe. The town does not have to follow a section of an agreement with a group of residents pertaining to prohibiting traffic from turning left from Glezen Lane onto Rte. 27 or right from Rte. 27 onto Glezen Lane, she wrote.
[Note: That ruling is online here: 2017 April Glezen Ruling]
Wayland Patch 1/28/14: Another New Tenant Signs on for Wayland Town Center. A new Verizon cell phone store plans to open at Wayland Town Center. The company has signed a lease to become at tenant the site, according to KGI Properties’s Joe Hernan. The company will take over the space closest to Anton’s Cleaners in February, Hernan said.
Wayland Patch 9/26/13: Decision Issued on Wayland Green Place. In a 5-0 Planning Board vote, the Wayland Green Place housing complex was given final approval on Tuesday night, according to the town planner. The site plan approval comes weeks after the Planning Board held a public hearing on the complex, which was originally proposed as 88 units in 2008, according to Town Planner Sarkis Sarkisian.
Wayland Town Crier 10/1/13: Wayland Planning Board approves Town Center housing. The Planning Board last week gave approval with conditions to Brendon Properties LLC of Southborough to develop Wayland Green Place, comprising 42 two-bedroom townhouses on Lillian Way behind the Town Center. Brendon Properties plans to purchase the property through KGI/Twenty Wayland. However construction cannot begin until the site’s wastewater issues are resolved.
Wayland Patch 9/27/13: Wayland Town Center Project Takes A Turn. Twenty Wayland LLC has withdrawn its request to amend a zoning bylaw that, if approved, would have allowed the developer to construct additional office space at the Wayland Town Center site, according to Town Planner Sarkis Sarkisian.
Wayland Town Crier 5/30/13: Establishments continue to open at Wayland Town Center. The recent fire at the yet-to-be-opened Takara Japanese Restaurant at the Town Center will not delay a planned opening for early July. Also recently opened: Elements Massage and Citizens Bank. Coming soon: are the Local Restaurant, Middlesex Bank, and Joint Ventures Physical Therapy.
Wayland Patch 5/14/13: Elements Massage Opens in Wayland Town Center. It’s a myth that all massages are created equal, and licensed massage therapist Heather Bachman, and general manager of the new Elements Therapeutic Massage of Wayland, is on a mission to help area consumers experience the healing benefits of massage therapy services tailored to meet their unique needs. The new massage studio, located in the new Wayland Town Center, opened its doors on May 10.
We’re thrilled to announce the Grand Opening of Joint Ventures‘ 6th location in the new Wayland Town Center!
As most Wayland locals know, the new Wayland Town Center is already open and they seem to be continuously building.
On June 3, 2013, Joint Ventures will join Beth Israel as the only tenants in the medical building right next to Stop and Shop.
We’ll be located on the first floor of the medical building (the address is 109 Andrew Ave, Suite 102) and will offer more than 3,000 square feet of space for 1-on-1 physical therapy, personal training, massage, acupuncture, nutritional counseling, and chiropractic care, as well as a gym for patients. Our 1-on-1 model, without the use of physical therapy assistants, aides or students, has been one of the unique keys to our successful growth over the past 8 years. Come see the difference 1-on-1 care in a true multidisciplinary center makes!