Dakota Partners plans 192 affordable units in Concord

Pending approval, construction could begin next spring

Dakota1The Concord Planning Board has scheduled a July 21 public hearing on a proposal to build a 192-unit affordable housing project in the South End of Concord.

Called Rail Yards, the project, being developed by Dakota Partners, calls for six three-story residential buildings and two commercial units. Four of the residential buildings will house 36 to 48 units, while the two others will have 12 units. ADA approved units will also be included.

It will be the fifth project in New Hampshire to be undertaken by Dakota Partners, a Waltham, Mass.-based for-profit developer of affordable housing. The company has estimated that, if approved, construction could begin next spring.

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