0.7 min readBy Published On: July 13th, 2018Categories: Living2 Comments on BPDA Approves 200-204 Old Colony Ave. Development

In a blink of an eye, the Old Colony Avenue is rapidly transforming from old warehouses and factory buildings into residential developments complete with restaurants and retail.

The Boston Planning Development Agency has approved the plans for 200 Old Colony Ave to replace the Notre Dame Education Center with a six-story building complete with 49 residential units and 9,500 square ground-floor space for the education center.

This new development will be across from the large scale, much anticipated, Washington Village. 

From BPDA:
200-204 Old Colony Avenue approval will bring 49 residential units and educational space to South Boston

Live: 49 residential units, eight IDP units, $99,000 IDP fund contribution
Work: 75 construction jobs, 21 permanent jobs, 9,800 square feet for Notre Dame Educational Center (NDEC)
Connect: 66 bicycle storage spaces, $25,000 Parks Department contribution, LEED certifiable
Size: 63,023 square feet

Image via architect’s rendering


  1. Not So New to The Hood July 13, 2018 at 1:16 pm - Reply

    Three cheers for progress!

  2. Smitty July 19, 2018 at 4:00 pm - Reply

    Looks really nice and appropriate for the site. Well done.

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