Mixed-use project proposed in Dover

More housing units, offices proposed for growing Dover Point Road

A Dover developer has proposed a mixed-use development for a three-acre site on Dover Point Road.

According to Foster’s Daily Democrat, STF Development is seeking city approval for a three-building complex of housing and office buildings.

The plan for the Villages at Dover Point calls for 18 new townhouses in two stand-alone buildings and 10 apartments and 6,000 square feet of office space in the third.

According to Foster’s, that area of Dover Point Road has  been experiencing growth over the last several years. The Dover Planning Board recently approved a 33-home subdivision on the site of the former Elliot Rose Farm, where some 60 homes have already been built in the last eight years.

Categories: Real Estate & Construction