Hanover Crossing Welcomes Twelve Tesla Superchargers

HANOVER, Mass. - BostonChron -- Hanover Crossing has welcomed twelve new Tesla Superchargers on site behind Market Basket and Old Navy.

Hanover Crossing is a mixed-use redevelopment located 20 miles southeast of Boston in the affluent and desirable South Shore community of Hanover. Along with entertainment, lifestyle and retail tenants, the project includes 297 high-end residential units, forming an amenities-rich "Live, Work, Play" destination experience.

"Our location at the crossroads of Rte 3 and Rte 53 make us a great fit for Tesla Superchargers," said Lloyd Sova, Vice President of Development with PREP Property Group. "People are able to charge their vehicles while they dine, shop or see a movie. It is a great addition to Hanover Crossing.


Hanover Crossing is a vibrant retail based mixed-use shopping center located at 1775 Washington Street, Hanover. The new residential apartments and entertainment components have merged onto this historic retail site. The shopping and dining have been servicing the Hanover market at this location since 1971. Hanover Crossing will be a mindful meeting place for everyone to experience and enjoy. This premier open-air experience hosts two high-volume grocers: Market Basket (including MB Beer & Wine); along with Trader Joe's an anchor at this center for decades. A mix of local, national, regional and tenants customized to satisfy the discerning tastes of the South Shore customer with a collection of various retail and dining options will be opening in the SPRING 2023. For more information please visit: https://thehanovercrossing.com.

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About PREP Property Group (PREP)

PREP Property Group is a vertically-integrated real estate company founded by Michael C. Phillips, co-founder of Phillips Edison & Company, and built on the foundations of Phillips Edison's strategic and net lease real estate divisions.  PREP is focused on transforming retail real estate by repositioning lifestyle centers, power centers and enclosed malls that are undermanaged, capital starved, poorly merchandised and / or distressed.  PREP also acquires and manages well-located, triple-net retail properties from non-institutional sellers and creates value through lease restructure or tenant upgrade. For more information, please visit our website at www.preppg.com.

Colleen Cimini

Source: PR First

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