The Weston Whopper: a huge apartment complex near Weston High School

  • 5 stories tall, 200 apartments with 353 vehicles — just 1,000 feet from Weston High School
  • The Whopper would be the largest building in Weston: 386,000 square feet of apartments and parking
  • How big? The Whopper would be larger than:
    • The largest Home Depot store in the USA
      (225,000 SF)
    • The largest Walmart store in the world
      (260,000 SF)
    • The largest Costco store in the world
      (235,000 SF)
  • Do you commute to Boston? Love the traffic? You will love the Weston Whopper with 353 new vehicles!
  • Do you drive to Weston High School? The Whopper adds 353 drivers near the Wellesley St. intersection.
  • The Whopper will generate 12.9 million gallons of sewage every year weighing 107.6 million pounds.
  • The developer’s plans do not explain where all of this sewage will go.
  • Bogle Brook flows through the site, then through Weston High School into Nonesuch Pond.
  • Sewage effluent in Bogle Brook would flow through Weston High School into Nonesuch Pond.
  • Is this 40B focused on ‘affordable housing’ for people — or big profits for the big developer?
  • The developer? A large company in Texas:


Note: Jonathan Buchman decided to be the local rep for Hanover Company with their 40B application, a standard practice for large national construction companies. Buchman lives in Weston and owns Banner Construction in Wayland at 231 Boston Post Road. See: Consider this when you are looking for a builder who truly values the Weston community.

The Whopper will be close to Weston High School – adding 353 new cars to South Ave / Route 30

What a beautiful addition to Weston!