Cape Cod Commission Approval Needed for Golden Triangle Project in Sandwich

constructionSANDWICH – Sandwich officials are hoping the proposed sports and retail complex proposed for the town-owned acreage known as the Golden Triangle will end a long effort to develop the land, but major hurdles remain.

The 56-acre parcel located between Cotuit Road, Quaker Meetinghouse Road and Route 130 is also called South Sandwich Village in planning documents.

A development group known as RP Clark Consulting was the winning bid to develop the property. The bid amount was $750,000 plus a $150,000 donation to the Sandwich Economic Initiative Corporation. The group includes former Red Sox general manager Dan Duquette.

The proposal calls for various sports fields, as well as indoor basketball courts, a hockey rink, and a swimming pool. A hotel and retail stores are also planned.

The developers hope to make the complex a destination for sports teams across the country, but say local teams would have access to the facilities as well.

“The Cape is pretty crazy about sports and youth athletics down on the Cape are tremendous. [Local teams] would definitely have access to the facilities,” said project advisor Paul Cleary.

But major infrastructure upgrades would be needed in the area, and the project still requires Cape Cod Commission approval.

“There’s a significant amount of infrastructure that will need to be not only upgraded, but put in place, to support the Golden Triangle area,” Cleary said.
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