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22 ROGERS STREET, SOUTH BOSTON
22 ROGERS STREETDEMOLITION DELAY APPLICATION:
Published by: Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received an application on 9,11, 2020, to demolish the house at 22 Rogers Street in South Boston.
Abutters meeting held on 11/9/2020; there were questions / concerns regarding roof decks and overall building height. Developer will schedule follow-up meetings to address noted concerns
Update: 11.18.20 ASCA and abutters met on-site with the owner/developer for proposal review Status under consideration for further review
Update: 1/26/2021 Community / ASCA Virtual Meeting Scheduled to Review Development Proposal
Update: 1/28/2021 Final Community / ASCA Vitual Meeting
142-144 Old Colony Ave
142-144 OLD COLONY AVENUEThe site is currently occupied by a two-story commercial building, which is to be demolished. The developers plans are to erect a new 5-story, mixed use building with commercial space, 19 residential rental units, including 3 Inclusionary Development Policy units, and 14 parking spaces, using a lift system. The lot size is 3,390 square feet, comprised of one parcel of land, and fronts along Old Colony Avenue and W 9th Street.
The ground level will contain 1,116 square feet of commercial retail space, two stairwells, a residential foyer, a room for bicycles and storage, a spot for trash bin storage and an elevator. The second floor will also contain a 1,061 square foot common meeting and library hall with an adjoining toilet and two small decks. The roof would have a common roof deck accessed by an elevator and two stairwells with headhouses. The building will also contain a pit level and at grade garage with entrance/egress on W 9th Street.BPDA - approved - COB ISD building permit issued - Demo Started
267 Old Colony Ave (Trimount Place)
Developers have proposed replacing a small, single-story block of stores at 267 Old Colony Ave. with a five-story residential building with first-floor commercial space - across Dorchester Street from the much larger Washington Village project now under construction. The proposed 'Trimount Place' would have 30 one-bedroom units and 34 two-bedroom units.The name is an homage to the original name for Beacon Hill, Trimount, which refers to the land with three hills. In addition to the BPDA, the Zoning Board of Appeal would have to approve the proposal. Because the project is over 50,000 square feet, the BPDA has set up an impact-advisory committee to review the project and public comments on it before the BPDA board votes.*BPDA - Approved - August 15 2019
323-365 Dorchester Ave - "Iron Works"
National Development's proposed development at 333 Dorchester Avenue in South Boston, would transform a former industrial property into a 21 story, mixed-use building that includes 265 apartments, 47,000 square feet of commercial space, 14,500 square feet of retail space, and public green space. BPDA - Under Review
289 Dorchester St (Telegraph Hill Pub)
Owner plans to raze the existing single story building, and construct a new four story four unit residential buildingZBA Case: BOA- 1053178 Address: 289 Dorchester Street Ward 7 Applicant: James Christopher
Articles: Art. 13 Sec. 13 1 Excessive F.A.R. 1.0 max Art. 13 Sec. 13 1# of allowed stories exceeded 3 story max.
Art. 13 Sec. 13 1 Max allowed height exceed 35' max. Art. 23 Sec. 01 Off street parking requirements
Insufficient parking Art. 13 Sec. 04 Dwellings in Nonresidential district Insufficient lot size 5,000sf min.
Art. 13 Sec. 04 Dwellings in Nonresidential district Insufficient additional lot area per unit 1,000sf/unit req.
Art. 13 Sec. 04 Dwellings in Nonresidential district Insufficient lot width 50' req. Art. 13 Sec. 04 Dwellings in Nonresidential district Insufficient open space 400sf/unit req.Art. 13 Sec. 04Dwellings in Nonresidential district
Insufficient rear yard setback Art. 13 Sec. 04 Dwellings in Nonresidential district Front yard (modal) Art. 13 Sec.04 Dwellings in Nonresidential district Insufficient side yard setback
246 Dorchester Street (Bells Market)
Owners development plans for existing building - on hold
Application for an all-alcoholic beverage license
Community meeting, took place on November, 17th 2020 - Community meeting concluded: further review - If you wish to view this recorded public meeting, please click the meeting button belowCommunity meeting follow up: Bell’s is seeking a full-liquor license - *To be held on, Monday, December, 14th at 6:00 p.m. Your input is important in the process - to join, go to:
Meeting ID: 955 9966 2257
353 Dorchester Street
Virtual Meeting: Monday, November 16th at 6:30 p.m. join this virtual meeting for presentation and VOTE, go to:
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Or you can call into the meeting by dialing: 1-408-418-9388
400 Dorchester Street
Approved six-story, 35 unit residential building in South Boston's Andrew Square with 3,165 square feet of ground-floor retail. The commercial space will include a 2,535 square foot restaurant. The unit mix includes 5 studios and 30 one-bedroom units. Six units will be designated as affordable.No on-site parking is included in the plans as the development team expects residents to take advantage of the many public transit options in the area. Resident amenities are set to include bike storage a common roof deck.
BPDA Approved COB ISD building permit issued
30 Preble Street
Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received a complete application to demolish the structure at 30 Preble Street, 02127.
Washington Village Lights
The start of something wonderful
235 Old Colony Ave. (Washington Village)
Project Description: Proposed Large Project and PDA in Andrew Square, South Boston. Proposal calls for 7 new buildings on 6 distinct City blocks.
For WV site information and updates please go to www.wvboston.com
For questions or concerns, please reach out to email@example.com.
News fromthe developer at www.wvboston.com
"Preliminary site work for the future Washington Village development will begin on Thursday, 11/15. This work will take approximately 2 weeks and will wrap up in mid-November. Work hours are 7am – 4pm, Monday – Friday. The general work site for this preliminary phase is situated at the corner Old Colony Ave and Dorchester Street, with vehicles accessing the property from the site entrance at Alger Street."
Moakley Park Virtual Meeting November 24th, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m Click on Meeting button below to register
Dorchester Bay City
Bayside Property Owner, LLC (the "Bayside Proponent"), and Morrissey Property Owner, LLC (the "2 Morrissey Proponent" and collectively, the "Proponent"), for which Accordia Partners, LLC is acting as the developer, propose the redevelopment of the approximately 20-acre former Bayside Expo Center site at 200 Mount Vernon Street, and approximately 13 acres of land at 2 Morrissey Boulevard (collectively, the "Project Site"). The Proposed Project contemplates approximately 5.9 million square feet of new, mixed-use development on the Project Site; including approximately 1,740 residential units, approximately 155,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, and approximately 4 million square feet of office, research and development, life sciences, and/or academic uses. The Proposed Project also includes substantial public realm and infrastructure improvements, including approximately 20 acres of new, publicly accessible open space and a new street network with vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian accommodations.
Community Advisory Committee Virtual Meeting - December, 14th @ 6:00 p.m.
Dorchester Bay City: Community Advisory Committee Meeting on Monday, December 14th @ 6:00 p.m.
Please register in advance for this meeting at the following link:
www.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_282BAZNTQiyb0ong3mFxCwToll free call in number: 833.568.8864
Meeting ID: 160 884 3444
Fort Point District Planning
BPDA Releases Draft for Fort Point 100 Acres Open Space Concept Plan
Fort Point 100 Acres Open Space Concept Plan Virtual Open House - Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 5:30 PM to 7 PM
Fort Point 100 Acres Open Space Concept Plan Virtual Office Hours Session 1 - Tuesday, January 19, 2021, at 5:30 PM to 7 PM
Fort Point 100 Acres Open Space Concept Plan Virtual Office House Session 2 - Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 1 PM to 2 PMPlease visit the links below to register and for more information.
Flood Resiliency Building Guidelines & Zoning Overlay District
In 2019 the BPDA developed and adopted Coastal Flood Risk Design Guidelines for new construction and building retrofits, as well as recommendations for a Flood Resiliency Zoning Overlay District.
There will be two public meetings to review the draft Coastal Flood Resilience Overlay District zoning article, on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 from 6 PM – 8 PM, and Friday, January 15, 2021 from 10 AM – 12 PM. Please visit the links below to register and for more information.
4 Ward Ct. Owner / Developer Dev. Proposal
Addition and roof deck
A virtual meeting (online) is scheduled for February 1, 2021 at 5:30 PM.
NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS/DEVELOPMENT:4 Ward Court Abutters Meeting on February 1st at 5:30 p.m. To join meeting at webex:
https://cityofboston.webex.com/cityofboston/j.php?MTID=m04b51ab141778e2a27fe7880c905350cOr you can call into the meeting by dialing +1-408-418-9388meeting number (access code) 179 871 3699 meeting password: ward
558 - 560 Dorchester Ave. (The Connection)
Proposed Location - Retail Recreational Cannabis Dispensary
Virtual Meeting (Online) ScheduledVIRTUAL MEETING FOR PROPOSED RETAIL RECREATIONAL CANNABIS DISPENSARY558-560 DORCHESTER AVE (“The Connection”)MEETING DATE: Monday, February 22nd from 6:30 to 8:30Log on information:Event Link: http://bit.ly/558dotaveEvent number: 179 244 5094Event password: 558d
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212 Old Colony Avenue