What you need to know about the $2.8 billion development project in Wellesley
With the new $2 billion recreation center project in the works, developers say they have a plan to transform the town of Wellesley into a destination for people of all ages and incomes.
The $2,400 million project, which will include a recreation center and hotel, is part of the $100 billion plan for a new recreation center in the town that will add about 2,000 jobs and boost tourism to the area.
The project is being developed by Wellesley’s former city manager and a developer who has also been a major donor to the GOP, according to sources.
The project is also part of a larger $1.2 billion redevelopment project, including a hotel and residential projects.
The town is about 100 miles north of Boston.
It sits about 200 miles north-east of the Massachusetts state line, and about 1,000 miles northwest of the city of Boston itself.
It has a population of about 1.1 million.
The development is being financed by the state, which is expected to receive $700 million in state money and another $300 million from local tax dollars.
The town’s unemployment rate is about 4 percent.
A $1 million donation by former state Gov.
Mike DeWine to a political committee supporting Republican candidates was used to help get the project approved.
The developers are using funds from a $1 billion development fund for the project.
The deal was approved by the town’s planning commission on Monday, and the town is expected take its first public tour this month.
The Wellesley project is part the redevelopment of a former stately townhouse, built in the early 1900s, to accommodate recreational activities.
It has been vacant since the town was annexed by Massachusetts in 1959.
The site has a lot of history and has been an active community.
It was originally used for political purposes, and was used as a prison.
It was also used for the burial of people who died of tuberculosis.