Atlanta company proposes to redevelop Intel property in

HUDSON — The Reed Highway residence that was created more than 40 a long time in the past to property the previous Digital Products Corp. — and is presently owned by chipmaking big Intel Corp. — may before long be demolished and replaced by a substantial distribution heart, as part of a proposal designed by an Atlanta authentic estate developer. 

Hudson Preparing Director Kristina Johnson informed the Day-to-day News that Portman Industrial is in discussions with Intel to order the 75 Reed Highway campus.

Portman mentioned it programs to demolish the current workplace properties on the house, then replace them with a substantial warehouse and distribution middle that could exceed 1 million sq. feet. 

“I believe that proper now they are in the process of acquiring the property — the sale is not total still,” Johnson said. “Portman has to secure a ton of permits with the city and the point out in advance of they can create.”

Portman have to submit a web page program review for Hudson officials to evaluation, and get the inexperienced gentle subsequent site visitors, sounds and environmental scientific studies of the probable influence the developing would have on the spot. Portman would also need to have substantial clearance from the point out, including an emissions critique and an in-immediate highway access allow, thanks to the distribution center’s proximity to Washington Avenue (Route 85), a state road. 

The Intel Corp. campus on Reed Road in Hudson was originally built for Digital Equipment Corp., July 11, 2022.

Johnson, who is also Framingham’s Preparing Board chair, said any scientific tests performed on the house will be accomplished applying the “greatest intensity use” that could be feasible on the web page. The building would be 1 of the most significant of its kind in Massachusetts.

“It truly is a rather important growth for Hudson, there has not been anything like this before,” Johnson reported. 

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