Boston – The Boston Planning & Development board of directors approved development projects that will result in new market-rate and income-restricted residential units, economic development, and jobs across the city of Boston.
The board approved three separate, fully affordable projects located on city-owned land in Dorchester:
151 Spencer Street will construct a four-story residential building with 19 residential units, all of which are income-restricted. Four units will be made available to formally homeless households.
25 New England Avenue will construct a four-story residential building with 23 residential units, all of which are income-restricted. Of the total units, five will be made available to formally homeless households and three will be handicap accessible.
270 Talbot Avenue will construct a four-story mixed-use 100 percent income-restricted building with 21 rental units and three handicap accessible units. There will also be two retail spaces in the building.
The following development projects also have moved forward:
472 West Broadway will construct a five-story, mixed-use building in South Boston with 16 homeownership units, two of which are income-restricted and includes commercial retail space on West Broadway..
249 Corey Road in Brighton will redevelop the 16,685sf parcel into a four-story residential building containing 34 residential units, four of which are income-restricted. The project will also include 33 parking spaces and 33 bicycle storage spaces.
401 Congress Street 401 Congress Street will include a two-story public Great Hall with public access and use, fully accessible 24/7 elevator connection from Congress Street to World Trade Center Avenue.