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Mr. Kenneth Goff

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"This can be built on our ...
www.siteselection.com, 21 Oct 2007 [cached]
"This can be built on our northwest quadrant, relatively quickly, as there is little or no remediation or wetland impact," explained Kenneth Goff, executive director of South Shore Tri-Town.
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"The board decided that additional time was needed to develop a comprehensive business plan and marketing strategy and to identify funding sources for on- and off-site infrastructure," Goff said."The board," he added, "came to realize that several factors would take a lot longer than originally planned" including "the complex environmental permitting process" and "staging construction contracts consistent with regional planning processes." South Shore Tri-Town Development at that point shifted to the "staged development plan" that's now primed to enter its first phase. The second phase in the "slower, more gradual plan," said Goff, will be "the Route 18 development stage," with the highway outside the base entrance upgraded and expanded from two to four lanes.Scheduled for completion by 2006, the "Stage II" development would add an additional 700,000 sq. ft. (65,030 sq. m.) of office and R&D space and a 190-acre (76.9-hectare) golf course. "Stage III," the final redevelopment build-out, would kick in after the completion of improvements to Route 3, including a connector road to the base, according to Goff.During the build-out, another 2.5 million sq. ft. (232,250 sq. m.) of office and R&D would be completed between 2010 and 2012.
Official: 'Numerous Developers' Waiting in Wings, But Reuse Plan is 'Gospel'
"Numerous developers" have stepped up to participate in the billion-dollar base redevelopment, Goff said.But the reuse plan that voters approved in 1998 will rule as "gospel" in the reuse, he explained. That plan calls for 948 acres (383.7 hectares) to be set aside for open space, parks, golf courses and recreation; 174 acres (70.4 hectares) for office and R&D operations; 240 acres (97.1 hectares) for retail; 35 acres (14.2 hectares) for senior housing; and eight acres (3.2 hectares) for human services.Another 45 acres (18.2 hectares) will be used for Coast Guard housing.The base plan can only be altered by a two-thirds vote of the residents of the three towns that are part of the property. But other base-site business locations will be opening up soon, even as the redevelopment plan moves through its three stages. South Shore Tri-Town Development currently subleases 75,000 sq. ft. (6,967.5 sq. m.) to companies inside nine Navy-owned buildings on the base property.The redevelopment agency expects to lease additional Navy-owned facilities on the acreage "in the near future" once the buildings are brought up to code, Goff said.
- 2002-01-07 - Boston Business Journal
boston.bcentral.com, 7 Jan 2002 [cached]
Construction Management Association of America--The association's New England region chapter hosts a breakfast meeting from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at Wentworth Institute of Technology, featuring Kenneth Goff of South Shore Tri-Town Development Corp.Goff's presentation will focus on the redevelopment of the South Weymouth Naval Air Station.
Metro South Chamber Newsletter - January 2001
www.metrosouthchamber.com, 1 Jan 2001 [cached]
Kenneth Goff, Executive Director of the South Shore Tri-Town Development Corporation , will be the guest speaker. Mr. Goff will update the committee on the Corporations plans for redeveloping the former South Weymouth Naval Air Station.
Boston Globe Online / South Weekly / State to oversee reuse of naval air station
search.boston.com, 21 Feb 2002 [cached]
Kenneth Goff, executive director of the Tri-Town Corp., said, ''We need a partner who has experience in developing these kinds of projects.''
Goff and Hogan stressed the agreement is mutual. ''This is not a hostile takeover,'' Goff said.Goff and Hogan stressed the agreement is mutual. ''This is not a hostile takeover,'' Goff said.
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Once redevelopment begins in earnest, most of the old buildings will be demolished, according to Goff of Tri-Town Corp.Most are wooden structures built hastily around World War II, he said.
In the past, the base has been mentioned as a site for a casino, a new Fenway Park or other sports stadium.Officials say they are focused on planning a diverse project with many different businesses.
''There is no one single anchor tenant on the horizon,'' Goff said.
This story ran on page 3 of the Boston Globe's South Weekly section on 2/21/2002.© Copyright 2002 Globe Newspaper Company.
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"This can be built on our ...
www.siteselection.com, 9 Sept 2002 [cached]
"This can be built on our northwest quadrant, relatively quickly, as there is little or no remediation or wetland impact," explained Kenneth Goff, executive director of South Shore Tri-Town.
...
"The board decided that additional time was needed to develop a comprehensive business plan and marketing strategy and to identify funding sources for on- and off-site infrastructure," Goff said. "The board," he added, "came to realize that several factors would take a lot longer than originally planned" including "the complex environmental permitting process" and "staging construction contracts consistent with regional planning processes." South Shore Tri-Town Development at that point shifted to the "staged development plan" that's now primed to enter its first phase. The second phase in the "slower, more gradual plan," said Goff, will be "the Route 18 development stage," with the highway outside the base entrance upgraded and expanded from two to four lanes. Scheduled for completion by 2006, the "Stage II" development would add an additional 700,000 sq. ft. (65,030 sq. m.) of office and R&D space and a 190-acre (76.9-hectare) golf course. "Stage III," the final redevelopment build-out, would kick in after the completion of improvements to Route 3, including a connector road to the base, according to Goff. During the build-out, another 2.5 million sq. ft. (232,250 sq. m.) of office and R&D would be completed between 2010 and 2012.
Official: 'Numerous Developers' Waiting in Wings, But Reuse Plan is 'Gospel'
"Numerous developers" have stepped up to participate in the billion-dollar base redevelopment, Goff said. But the reuse plan that voters approved in 1998 will rule as "gospel" in the reuse, he explained.
...
The redevelopment agency expects to lease additional Navy-owned facilities on the acreage "in the near future" once the buildings are brought up to code, Goff said.
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