Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) board of directors recently approved four new development projects, one notice of project change, and the renovation of the 70 St. Botolph Street property.
Located in Jamaica Plain, 3326 Washington Street will construct a five-story residential building including 43 rental units. Twenty-three percent of the total usable square footage will be income-restricted units. It will include 46 bicycle parking spaces.
The 70 Saint Botolph Street project in Back Bay has 132 units dedicated to disabled income-restricted housing. BHA will replace core components of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, heating, emergency power, fire protection, and stormwater management. The building’s exterior envelope, mechanical, and heating systems will be upgraded.
The newly approved 375 Cummins Highway will transform land in Roslindale into a six-story residential building totaling approximately 49,840gsf containing 49 rental units, six of which are income-restricted.
Simmons University 2020 Institutional Master Plan outlines the development of the university’s campus over the next 10 years. The university will renovate the existing Lefavour Hall and reorganize floors of the west wing, and demolish the existing science center to construct a new living and learning center.