Building Permit Issued For South Boston Development
A building permit has been issued for the development at 420 West Broadway in South Boston. The project calls for a mixed-use building featuring 42 residential units and approximately 1,350 square feet of local retail space. 420 West Broadway will be located on the site of the shuttered Broadway Theater in South Boston. The section of the existing theater building facing Athens Street will be demolished, and the former theater lobby facing West Broadway will be repurposed and restored into a residential lobby and retail space.
420 W Broadway Refinanced
Quincy-based developer, Brian Crowley, has refinanced the property at 420 W Broadway for $3.25 million via Harbor One Bank.
The property is the future site of an approved proposed mixed-use building featuring 42 residential units and approximately 1,350 square feet of local retail space. The project was approved in March 2017 and the development timeline remains unclear.
420 West Broadway, 42 residences with retail, approved in South Boston
420 West Broadway, a new 6-story building featuring 42 residential units with approximately 1,350 square feet of ground-floor retail, was approved at last Thursday (March 16th)’s Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board Meeting. As part of the project, the developer will contribute $10,000 towards improvements to the nearby Buckley Playground and $10,000 towards South Boston’s St. Peter’s Academy.
Mixed-use development proposed at vacant Broadway Theater site in South Boston
A six-story mixed-use development has been proposed at the long-vacant site of the Broadway Theater on West Broadway in South Boston. The development would feature 42 residential units and approximately 1,350 square feet of retail. A Small Project Review Application (SPRA) for the project has been submitted to the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA). The project is now under official review.
Long-vacant West Broadway theater sold to developer for $5 million
Yesterday (September 1st, 2016), Quincy, MA-based real estate developer Brian Crowley acquired the long-vacant Broadway Theater in South Boston, commonly referred to as the "Bug House," for $5 million as recorded in the Suffolk County Registry of Deeds. The 30,336 square foot theater building stands on an 11,140 square foot parcel, 420 West Broadway, located at West Broadway and F Street steps to Perkins Square. The property was last sold in October 2015 for $3.7 million and in March 2009 for $722,022. Crowley recently bought, renovated and sold the former Quincy home of James “Whitey” Bulger girlfriend Catherine Greig. The following is the deed for the sale of 420 West Broadway to Crowley: