The proposal will also include a commitment to give a $10 million (or $670,000 annual for 15 years) operating subsidy to the MBTA to help with additional service on the Route 7 and Route 9 buses. (Editor’s note: Hmmm…..with eyebrow raised.)
Initially back in 2017, the developers proposed a 2.1 million-square-foot project with 1,588 housing units and 340,000 square feet of office space. This due to push back from community.
The project is expected to take about 10 years to build. This project still needs final approval from city and state in addition to Massport lifting its restriction that prevents residential development on the site. So more hurdles to jump.