Boy oh boy! More changes coming to this part of the neighborhood! Earlier Thursday, we reported on the Greyhound Bus Garage being sold to a Connecticut developer. And now, right across the street from that future development is potentially a new life science building. 

According to Universal Hub, a New York developer will file plans with the Boston Planning and Development Agency to replace an old garage with a three-story life-science building.

Related Beal has filed a letter of intent for a 99,000-square-foot building to replace the old garage at 6 Elkins St. (faces Summer Street) You can check out the details of this project here. 

Its location is right across the street from the 776 Summer St. project – aka the old Edison plant redevelopment.

How long do we think Murphy’s Law will remain standing?

Traffic on L/Summer Street with all this development will be delightful!


  1. Linda Lynch February 9, 2023 at 3:19 pm - Reply

    Oh boy, imagine the #7 bus trying to get through there once construction starts on both places, the Greyhound & Elkins St.

  2. Kimberly Garcia February 11, 2023 at 11:03 am - Reply

    Ridiculous! Plymouth is doing the same thing. Who lives in these overpriced, ugly boxes??!@🙄 Nothing but robbery!

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