Three meetings set on Neponset Wharf project in Port Norfolk

A rendering of the project site from the East

The first of three subject-specific meetings on the Neponset Wharf project in Port Norfolk, this one focused on transportation issues surrounding the site, was scheduled for Wednesday evening this week at the Port Norfolk Yacht Club starting at 6 p.m.

City Point Capital is proposing a 240,800-square foot development project that will include residential and recreational space for the 156,816-square foot site off of Ericsson St., including 96 condominium units, 170 parking spaces, a small neighborhood market and deli, and renovated boat storage and service facilities.

Following a meeting on June 13, project manager Tim Czerwienski said a second meeting on environmental planning will take place on June 25, at the yacht club from 7 to 8:30 p.m., including BPDA waterfront planners and likely the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) reviewer for this project. A third meeting on design issues will be scheduled for early July.

To allow for enough time for feedback on the June 25 meeting, the public comment period on MEPA is extended for three weeks and will conclude on July 13.