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Washington Village – Notice of Project Change

The developers behind Washington Village – the large scale development that has been standing idle for a few years on Old Colony Ave. -has filed a notice of project change with the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) on October 1st.  Looks like two buildings will be combined into one with 214 residential units plus retail space.  

Background:

The Project was approved by the BPDA Board on August 11, 2016. The Proponent now proposes certain changes to the portion of the site that includes Buildings A and B as well as the associated area surrounding these buildings. There are no changes proposed to the other approved buildings or portions of the site. The Proponent proposes to construct one building in place of the approved Buildings A and B, with approximately 214 residential units, approximately 20,500 sf of ground floor retail space, and approximately 58 parking spaces, of which 50 will be located in the building on the ground floor and 8 will be located on-street, and public open space (the “Phase 1 Project”). If approved, the NPC will be the first amendment to the development plan for Planned Development Area (PDA) No. 107.  You can review the NPC here. 

Additionally, there will be a public meeting for this NPC in the coming weeks. If you have any questions or concerns about the Notice of Project You can contact Stephen Harvey via email: stephen.j.harvey@boston.gov

 

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