Lloyd Sova, PREP’s vice president of development, joined Brian Burnell last week to talk about Hanover Crossing, the importance of the mixed-use trend for failing malls, and all the benefits of moving forward with our project to reimagine the existing Hanover Mall. View the video here.
On the Monday, January 14 edition of Bloomberg Baystate Business we spoke with Bryan Burdick, the President of ClearGov, about how his company helps make government actions more transparent. Dr. Claudia Coplein of MassMutual joined us to talk about their expansion of employee benefits. We spent the 5 PM hour talking about the future of
By Tim Logan GLOBE STAFF DECEMBER 27, 2018 Photo by JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFF HANOVER — In the woodsy back corner of the 77-acre Hanover Mall, the new owners of the long-struggling shopping center see an opportunity to change its fortunes. It’s not the movie theater that sits there now, or another big box store. No, it’s housing — four
Hanover residents packed the high school auditorium at last night’s zoning board of appeals meeting to get answers regarding the future of the Hanover Mall. Development Partners of Hanover, the group presenting the project came to the meeting with hopes of being granted a variance to build 18 feet higher than what the town allows.
Hanover fifth and sixth grade basketball team members held a car wash at the Hanover Mall Monday, Aug. 27 to benefit the family of fallen Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna. View Article and Photo Gallery here.
By Adam Silva firstname.lastname@example.org An informational meeting to discuss the future of The Hanover Mall will be held Thursday, Aug. 9 from 6:30-8 p.m. in the former JCPenney location inside the mall. The meeting has been rescheduled twice, with a first attempt on April 26 and the most recent attempt on Aug. 9. The latter
By Jules Struck The Patriot Ledger The first enclosed shopping center of its kind on the South Shore has been sold five times since its opening in 1971. Now a company based in Cincinnati proposes to overhaul it as Hanover Crossing. HANOVER — A public forum on plans to convert Hanover Mall from an enclosed
By Ed Baker email@example.com Posted Aug 1, 2018 at 2:45 PM Updated Aug 1, 2018 at 2:45 PM Fundraising for paying off Sgt. Michael C. Chesna family’s mortgage by the Stephn Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation is nearing its goal, but there is still more work to be done, according to Trevor Tamsen, assistant manager of media relations for the non-profit group. Efforts to pay
For the past 10 days, the Hanover community has shown an incredible amount of support for the family of Sergeant Michael Chesna, Weymouth PD, and his brother and sister police officers. It would not be possible to find a more welcoming and supportive community. The thoughts, prayers and infinite acts of kindness that were displayed
Hanover Property Overdue for a Makeover By Jay Fitzgerald | Jul 29, 2018 Are we entering phase two of the live-work-play phenomenon sweeping the development industry in Eastern Massachusetts? From the transformation of Burlington’s Northwest Park with its 3rd Ave. outdoor shopping center to the ground-up construction of Somerville’s Assembly Square, the region has seen multiple arrivals of