Andrew Square and A &4th
Holy development! On Tuesday, new renderings of the mammoth, six-block, mixed used development named Washington Village (is that near Broadway Village?) near Andrew Square were revealed.
Boston developer Core Investments Inc. and real estate investment firm Ad Meliora LLC’s project, filed the plans with the Boston Redevelopment Authority which include 656 residential units in eight buildings, with roughly 98,600 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Featuring mainly apartments and condos (with some even aimed at the “middle-class”), this new project will have 560 parking spots, some green space and potential retails space for a small grocery store, restaurant, pharmacy and more.
So what’s next on the horizon? Gridlocked traffic at Andrew Square.
South Boston photographer Michael Indresano got the city’s approval to build an $8.3M mixed-use building at the corner of A and West Fourth. The new development will include nine residential units, a two-floor photography studio, ground-floor retail space and off-street parking.
So there you go!
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Would it be too much work to add links to the proposed developments?
I though if a new buildijg was built , the law required one parking space per unit.. which is not the case in the article above.. and often even one space is usually not enough if two people live there.
This is just what the area needs! It is currently abandoned buildings and meth heads, plus the extra units will help bring down housing costs for everyone.