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Warren Zoning Board OKs Tourister variances

Warren Zoning Board OKs Tourister variances

The American Tourister redevelopment project cleared a big hurdle Tuesday evening, when the Warren Zoning Board unanimously granted a half dozen variances the project needs to get off the ground. Calling the project “very exciting,” board chairman Alden Harrington said members voted unanimously to grant variances for building setbacks, parking spaces, flood zone requirements and

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Warren mill developers need zoning help

The would-be developers of the American Tourister complex will be back before the town next week looking for a host of variances and special use permits for their large residential, commercial and office development in north Warren. Principals of Tourister Mill LLC hope to turn the former Warren Manufacturing Co. mill into a development consisting

A rendering of what the main mill at the American Tourister site would look like after redevelopment.

Tourister developers plan waterfront access

Public waterfront access is back in the mix for the old American Tourister mill, the focus of a massive redevelopment that could see 200 apartments and many commercial spaces built there by mid-2015. Developers from Tourister Mill LLC appeared before the Warren Planning Board Wednesday night to bring board members up to speed on the

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Tourister plan goes public Oct. 7

Warren residents may not have to wait much longer to hear details on the latest plan for the so-called American Tourister plant. Warren Town Planner Caroline Wells has been speaking with officials from Brady Sullivan, the New Hampshire development firm that purchased the mill property earlier this year for $2.6 million. She is trying to

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Developers close on Warren mill

The old American Tourister mill is officially sold. Attorneys from Manchester, N.H. developers Brady Sullivan closed on the sprawling, landmark property Friday, March 8, purchasing the mill for $2.6 million, about a third of the assessed value assigned by the Town of Warren. Receiver Richard Land, who had been charged by the state Superior Court

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