Creation of a new six-block neighborhood with 98,600 SF of retail, 656 new residential units and parking for 648 cars along five new streets and a 1.5 acre central Green.
The five-acre site outside Andrew Square currently consists of under-utilized warehouse and industrial space abutting a vibrant residential neighborhood. Incorporating feedback from meetings with the Andrew Square Civic Association and abutters, the redevelopment will create 656 apartments and condos for middle income renters and first time home buyers, 98,600 SF of ground floor retail space that includes an anchor grocery store, cafes, restaurants and small retail shops, parking for 648 cars on site and a 1.5 acre public plaza and green, interconnected with almost a mile of new sidewalks and 130 new trees – culminating in a new gathering space for residents of Andrew Square in South Boston.
Boston Curbed – The Seven Boston Developments Everyone Should be Watching, February 26, 2016
Boston Business Journal – First look: Massive mixed-use residential village proposed in South Boston, October 21, 2015
Boston Herald – Southie Getting big complex, October 22, 2015
Boston Globe – Major Project Planned for Land near Andrew Square May 11, 2015
Boston Business Journal – Developer Files Plans for ‘Transformative’ South Boston Mixed-use Development, May 11, 2015