Multi Residential

BPDA Approves Three New Developments

Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved three new development projects at its September meeting. The projects will generate a total of 257 residential units, 16 of which will be affordable. In addition, the projects will create over 89 jobs upon completion.

Development projects

37-43 North Beacon Street Allston- image courtesy BPDA

37-43 North Beacon Street Allston. 94,047sf, five-story building at the corner of North Beacon Street and Everett Street containing 72 apartments for rent, as well as a separate four-story building on Sinclair Road.






30 Thorn St. – image courtesy BPDA

30 Thorn Street. 45,700sf, the project includes the construction of a new six-story building with 45 residential rental units and 21 off-street parking spaces located in the building’s parking garage.






Roxbury’s Hanes House image courtesy BPDA

Roxbury’s Haynes House. 134,612sf, 131 renovated housing units, 121 units preserved as affordable. The process of rehabilitation will take approximately 16 months

The BPDA continues to make progress towards Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s goal of increasing affordable housing to support a strong middle-class. Since the start of 2018, nearly 20% of all residential units approved are income-restricted. In total, 785 of the 4,017 residential units approved this year will be income-restricted for low or middle-income families.