On Thursday, the Boston Planning and Development Agency’s board approved Core Investments’ master plan to put 11 buildings and millions of square feet of commercial and residential development along an industrial stretch of Dorchester Avenue in South Boston.
Back in July, Core Investments filed official plans with the BPDA for On the Dot. The 9.1 acre master plan includes 2.5 million square feet of mixed-use development, including a life science building. On The Dot and 505 Dorchester Avenue Development will be located at 475-511 Dorchester Avenue.
The plan includes a four-building complex with 196 residential units and retail space in addition to the life science building. The building will range between 11 and 17 stories and 600 parking spaces in underground garages.
This new complex will be right near yet another life science project proposed by National Development that will replace Gold’s Gym and a group of Marr Rigging warehouses at 323-365 Dorchester Ave. with four buildings of mixed-use development.
Boy, oh boy, lots of changes coming to that neck of the woods!
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Rendering by Stantec.