Zoning Board approves The Chandlery, 114 new residences with retail
Last week, the City of Boston’s Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) approved The Chandlery, a new mixed-use development in South Boston featuring 114 residential units and 6,590 square feet of ground-floor retail. The $55 million project has now received all necessary approvals and can proceed with construction, which is anticipated to commence in the 4th quarter of this year; The Chandlery is expected to open in the 2nd quarter of 2019.
The Chandlery, 114 new residential units with retail, approved in South Boston
The Chandlery, a new building featuring 114 residential units and 6,590 square feet of ground-floor retail located steps to Broadway Station, was approved at last night (May 11th, 2017)’s Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board Meeting. In response to community feedback, the building has been reduced by 36 residences, to 114 from 150 as originally proposed. Likewise, affordable units have been reduced to 20 from 70 as originally proposed, and the building's height has been reduced to 6 stories from 8 as originally proposed. The Chandlery will require additional approval from the City of Boston’s Zoning Board of Appeals in order to proceed with construction. The Chandlery is anticipated to start construction in the 4th quarter of this year and open in the 2nd Quarter of 2019.
150 middle-income housing units proposed in South Boston
Developer Mark Edwards has filed an Expanded Project Notification Form (EPNF) with the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) proposing to construct The Chandlery, a new building featuring 150 middle-income residential units and approximately 6,590 square feet of retail space located in South Boston steps to the Broadway rapid transit station; the following is a link to the PNF. Construction of The Chandlery would commence in the 4th Quarter of 2017, with completion and occupancy anticipated in the 2nd Quarter of 2019.