BOYLSTON – The remnants of the previous Camp Harrington now belong to the Higher Worcester Land Have faith in, which closed on the buy Dec. 31, with a very long-time period plan to enable the city develop recreation regions.

“We’re excited to function with the town,” GWLT Government Director Colin Novick claimed, with strategies to use for grant cash to held the town invest in the assets and create a recreation discipline.”

The house is the “remaining land of Pine Street Realty LLC,” and “contains around 799,972 sq. feet of land, more or much less,” building it a about 18-acre parcel.

The city may perhaps afterwards get the land from the Trust at some level, but the Have faith in acquired it from Pine Avenue Realty LLC for $150,000, with designs to hold it and perform with the town until voters can approve resources. Designs involve creating a recreation subject and other makes use of.