National Development has set its sights on Andrew Square for a potential 10 acre development! (Who knew there were 10 acres to even develop?) Boston Business Journal is reporting that a large scale mixed-use development between Old Colony Ave and Dot Ave. Since August, the Newton-based developer has doled out more than $25 million for many parcels along Dot. Ave. Parcels include:
285 Washington Street at the intersection of Dot Ave and Old Colony Ave.
345 Dot Ave
365-663 Dot Ave.
This area is located right next door to the Washington Village development and two more proposed developments in the same neighborhood. One, at the old D’Angelo’s strip mall at 267 Old Colony Ave. and the second one located at 10 Damrell Street. https://caughtinsouthie.com/living/development-watch-more-changes-for-old-colony-ave/ Not to mention the project at 200 Old Colony Ave that will be replacing the Notre Dame Education Center with a six-story building complete with 54 residential units and 9,500 square ground-floor space for the education center.
Back in 2016, the BPDA projected that the proposed rezoning of that area could generate almost 16 million square feet of development between Broadway Station and Andrew Station over 20 years! Holy Moly!