Meadow Walk Fall Fest 2022

October 3, 2022: Thank you to our tenants, town of Sudbury, and all our guests for participating in another successful Fall Fest! On Saturday, October 1st, despite some light drizzle, many came out to enjoy some fun family-friendly activities including musical entertainment, pumpkin decorating, face painting and more. Everyone enjoyed food samples from The Farmer’s Daughter, New City Microcreamery, Paani Indian Cuisine, Mooyah, Oak Barrel Tavern and Whole Foods Market. The kids were especially excited to check out a fire truck and police car, courtesy of the Sudbury Fire and Police Department. It was a wonderful day and we are grateful to be part of such a wonderful community as Sudbury.

At The Farmer’s Daughter in Sudbury, brunch is the main attraction

March, 25, 2021: The Farmer’s Daughter is a point of pride in Easton, where locals smugly explain where they live by referencing its proximity. Chandra Gouldrup opened the spot in 2013, focusing on food sourced from local farms, with an emphasis on brunch. Now, there’s a new location in Sudbury, whose most notable restaurant until recently was probably the Wayside Inn. Read more.

Meadow Walk’s Inaugural Fall Fest


September 28, 2019: Sudbury area residents came out to meet current and future business tenants of Meadow Walk at the Inaugural Fall Fest. They enjoyed food sampling from the Meadow Walk restaurants such as Paani Indian Cuisine (1:00-2:30 PM), Mooyah (12:30-2:00 PM), Oak Barrel Tavern (2:00-3:30 PM), and cider donuts provided by Whole Foods Market (12:00-4:00 PM).


They hit the activity circuit with their children by participating in pumpkin painting, spin art, face painting, lawn games (giant connect four, kan jam, corn hole), balloon art, and blowing bubbles! Complimentary popcorn and cotton candy was available.


Attendees also got festive by taking a photo at the Instagramable Frugal Flower Foto Stop on their way in. Kids were delighted to check out a Sudbury Fire Truck and Sudbury Police Car! Lunch was available for purchase from Melt food truck while enjoying some live music-covering all genres. along with free pony rides managed by Pompositticut Farm.


01776 Sculpture Unveiled at Meadow Walk

April 26, 2019: National Development is pleased to announce the unveiling of the “01776” sculpture by award-winning Massachusetts metal sculptor, Dale Rogers. Comprised of stainless and corten steel, and broken into five separate elements, the 01776 was commissioned by National Development and specially designed by Rogers to pay homage to Sudbury’s unique zip code. Legend has it that that after several influential townsfolk lobbied the Postmaster General, Sudbury’s zip code was specially assigned in recognition of the town’s participation in the Revolutionary War. However, as in the case of many legends, it seems that the truth may be that it was more the product of pure coincidence and random assignment. In any event, however Sudbury received its distinctive zip code, through either lore or luck, it is truly special to Sudburians and serves as a symbol of patriotism and local pride — a reminder of the past, celebration of the present and hope for the future.

Kathy McMahon, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at National Development, says “We really enjoyed working with Sudbury to bring Meadow Walk from vision to reality, and are thrilled to see this unique piece of public art celebrating Sudbury’s important role in American Revolution history here at Meadow Walk for all to enjoy.”

Whole Foods Market Sudbury Recognized by The Retail Design Institute

November 1, 2018: The Retail Design Institute, the industry’s largest association for retail design professionals, has recognized the WHOLE FOODS MARKET SUBDURY for excellence in design and execution. The project will be inducted into the RDI’s “Class of 2017” at the 47th Annual Awards Gala taking place in New York City. Kudos to Whole Foods and their design team at Jacobs.


More information about the project is available at the following websites and social media channels:








Four New Food Spots are Headed to Meadow Walk

September 1, 2018: Looks like there are new kids headed to the block! Four, soon to be favorite, food spots will be joining Whole Foods at Meadow Walk Sudbury starting this summer.


This July, Mooyah a fast-casual restaurant with the best burger in town, and Oak Barrel Tavern a rustic gastropub with gourmet comfort food and a large selection of draft beers, bourbon and whiskeys, will be opening.


These restaurants will then be followed by Panni with its refined Indian cuisine, and craft coffee brought to you by Peet’s later this fall.


Be sure to follow us on social media, @meadowwalksudbury to hear about all the latest news.

Now Open: Whole Foods Market Sudbury


July 1, 2018: The brand-new facility at 536 Boston Post Road replaces the grocer’s former location in Wayland, which closed in February. The store is a key component – and the first milestone – of one of the largest developments in Sudbury’s history, the reuse of 50 acres formerly home to defense contractor Raytheon.


The project includes a 250-unit apartment building, a 48-unit memory care assisted-living facility, and 57 condos for those age 55 and older. Some housing units are expected to come online as early as winter and spring of 2018, while the entire project should be complete by next year’s end.


Shops and restaurants near the Whole Foods are scheduled to open by early summer 2018. National Development and Avalon Bay Communities are partnering for the project, known as Meadow Walk Sudbury