We already have enough traffic. If this Holliston plan comes to fruition we can expect to see at least 250 more tractor trailers navigating downtown DAILY, Hollis Street and continuing down 126. While most trucks will enter local roads via 495, a good portion will travel our streets exiting the Pike. 800 tractor trailer trips to and from the site are expected daily.
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The next planning board meeting for the 555 hopping brook project is this THURSDAY- You can participate by connecting to Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/288221782. Meeting Password: 13579. You can also join by phone only by calling 1-646-558-8656 then enter Meeting ID: 288 221 782 and when prompted for password enter: 13579.
The subject building will be used primarily for the storage and distribution of goods and materials, but not for the sale of these goods and materials on the premises as is defined in the Holliston Bylaw.
Having developed close to 200 million square feet of warehouses over the past 27 years, we can project that our tenancy will likely be similar to an entity that specializes in one of the following product types and one that utilizes the facility for the storage of finished goods most likely destined for consumer consumption:
• Home Goods
• Home Improvement Supplies
• Department Stores
• Electronic Supplies
• Paper Goods
• Home Appliances
• Sporting Goods
• Cereal / Dry Goods
We anticipate that a maximum of 500-employees would work in the building, spread over three shifts and spanning a 24-hour per day and 365-day per year business operation. Based on our experience, the design of the building and market demand for this type of facility, the type of tenancies noted above would generate vehicular traffic of approximately 1,300 average daily trips (ADT) which ITE categorizes as LUC 150, Warehousing.