Editor’s note: The following excerpts are from the weekly Bisnow Dealsheet.
Related Beal unveiled a plan to build a $220 million all affordable/workforce housing project in North Station. Designed by CBT Architects to be LEED Silver certifiable, it will have a 220-key hotel, 10,000sf of ground-floor retail, parking for 220 cars, and a public park. The developer is pursuing tax-exempt bond financing through MassDevelopment and hopes to break ground in November.
National Development won city approval to build a $50 million, 200-key AC hotel on Albany Street adjacent to the Ink Block in the hot South End’s New York Streets neighborhood. The European-style hotel will be designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects. It will have a public art gallery, dining, bar, lounges, conference rooms, fitness center, and indoor pool.
Artists for Humanity plans to spend $30 million to triple the capacity of its existing facility on the South Boston side of Fort Point. At EpiCenter, Boston’s first LEED Platinum building that opened in 2004, it will add 57,000sf designed by Germany’s Behnisch Architekten to be New England’s first energy-positive commercial structure.
Roxbury Latin School will spend $30 million to build eight new athletic facilities on it West Roxbury campus. In a new building it will have an ice hockey rink, indoor soccer, football, and other sports, and it will also add eight outdoor tennis courts and revamp its existing athletic fields.
Developers Dan Mangiacotti and Justin Iantosca will replace a car repair shop and other industrial buildings with a $25 million, three-building, 76-unit residential complex at 3200 Washington St. It will have parking for 41 cars, nearly 4,500sf of retail, and bike storage designed by RODE Architects.