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BPDA Board Advances Residential Developments

41 LaGrange Street Boston. Image courtesy BPDA

Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved residential development projects in Chinatown, East Boston, Fenway, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain, and a commercial project in East Boston. In total, the residential projects will create 472 residential units, including 111 income-restricted units.

41 LaGrange Street in Chinatown will include construction of a 19-story residential building with 126 units. Forty percent of the units, 65 in total, will be income-restricted. The income-restricted units will target households with incomes below 70% of area median income (AMI).

10 Taber Street, located in Roxbury’s Dudley Square neighborhood, will construct a six-story, approximately 46,239sf mixed-use building with 45 homeownership residential units, including six income-restricted units, and approximately 1,830sf of retail space.

144 Addison St. East Boston Image courtesy BPDA

144 Addison Street project in East Boston will transform a surface parking lot into an approximately 215,565sf residential development with 230 rental units, 169 off-street vehicle parking spaces, bike storage, and landscape, open space, and streetscape improvements. The project will consist of two buildings connected by a central amenity space.

101 Condor St. Boston Image courtesy BPDA

101 Condor Street will construct a new four-story building consisting of 18 residential units and underground parking. The units will be located on floors two to four and will consist of one one-bedroom unit and 17 two-bedroom units.

9 Chelsea Street will construct a three-story approximately 39,679sf commercial/retail building with five off-street parking spaces and a loading area. The proposed building will include approximately 13,000sf of retail /commercial space on each of the three levels.

72 Burbank Street will construct a six-story residential development totaling approximately 20,629sf. The project will contain 32 rental units, including four income-restricted units. The project is compliant with the city of Boston’s Compact Living Policy Pilot Program, which creates clear guidelines for new residential units that are smaller in size than typical units.

50 Stedman Street will construct a new three-story residential building totaling approximately 31,216gsf. The building will contain 21 residential rental units, with below-grade parking. Four of the units will be income-restricted.