Warrant Articles 57 & 58 require a "Yes" vote at the Andover Annual Town Meeting, May 1 - 2 .

The Project


Centered around lush public green space, The Dascomb Road Project will be the towns first community-oriented lifestyle center consisting of 700,000 square feet of mixed-use space, with potential for sophisticated market rate apartments and a luxurious fifty-five plus community. The Dascomb Road Project will combine cutting edge innovations in business, the most coveted names in retail and fine dining, along with high end office, medical and exciting plans for a boutique hotel. Be a part of something unique, be a part of something inspiring, be a part of The Dascomb Road Project.



Public Benefits

A vibrant, growing town.


The Dascomb Road Project expands the footprint of our town, creating new opportunities and connecting people and places in new ways.



Tax Revenue


This project will give back to the people who inspired it with projected annual revenues of 3.8 million dollars to the Town of Andover, 68% of which goes back to the schools. 


MassWorks Grant

Extensive Civic Improvements

Valuable infrastructure updates like traffic lights, sewer, road widening, sidewalks, and of course bike lanes increase accessibility and create a community-friendly environment. 

Community Benefits

A place to gather and play

Centered around lush green space, The Dascomb Road Project provides lots of amenities to bring the community together. An indoor community center, outdoor pavilion, recreation fields and transportation service to get downtown and back are just a few of the ways that The Dascomb Road Project will have a positive impact on the community. 


Public Transportation 


The Dascomb Road Project promotes cross pollination to and from local businesses and public means of transport, making hourly stops to the following locations:

  • Downtown Andover
  • Local Train Stations
  • Senior Center
  • Andover High School

Job Creation

2,300 employment opportunities

The Dascomb Road Project provides opportunities for economic development and supports job creation within the community. This would include short and long-term jobs in construction and trades, as well as full and part-time jobs from the commercial and retail components. Many local high school students and residents can reap the rewards from this community project.

The west end has a new beginning.


Tucked within the confines of the Tewksbury town line and the Route 93 belt, The Dascomb Road Project expands the footprint of Andover by engaging previously underdeveloped land into an eclectic, mixed-use lifestyle development inspired by its community.



Existing Site

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Development Team

"The strength is in the team."
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Sal Lupoli, Founder and CEO of Lupoli Companies can best be described as a social impact entrepreneur who is focused on achieving exceptional results in local communities with a focus on small business initiatives, economic development, community revitalization and job creation. For nearly 27 years Sal has had a monumental impact on the Merrimack Valley region and Massachusetts Gateway Cities. Under Sal’s leadership, Lupoli Companies has grown into a multi-faceted organization comprised of two divisions, Lupoli Development and Lupoli Hospitality. Lupoli Development encompasses more than four million square feet of commercial, retail, residential and mixed-use space in Massachusetts and New Hampshire including Riverwalk, FlowFitness, Riverwalk Lofts, Thorndike Exchange, Andover Medical Center, The Dascomb Road Project and The Heights.


David torRisi

Consultant - Torrisi Advisors

rick friberg

Civil Engineer - TEC Engineering

Micheal wang

Master Planner - Form & Place