Project Progress: Development in Planning

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About 75 Morrissey Boulevard

Dorchester, Boston, MA

2.25-acre development site on which stands a 27,914-square-foot industrial building located steps to the JFK/UMass rapid transit station.

The site is located adjacent to the 16.5-acre former Boston Globe headquarters property at 135 Morrissey Boulevard.

Interstate 93 is located a short drive from 75 Morrissey Boulevard, as are the JFK Library, Boston Harbor and Downtown Boston.

The early plans, which have not been filed with city officials, show a 23-story residential tower over 3,800 square feet of retail and a 26-story tower over 7,600 square feet of retail. Multi-story parking garages would sit beneath each building, for a parking ratio of about 0.5 to the total unit count, which Binette said seemed “reasonable given the trends” toward using transit and reduced driving.

Dollar Volume $14,500,000.00
Square Feet 27,914
Sector

Housing

Retail

Stories 26

Latest Updates


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Mar 14, 2019

The owners of several key Morrissey Boulevard parcels floated a plan for two 20-plus-story towers...

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Oct 01, 2018

The owners of the former Channel 56 property on Morrissey Boulevard are weighing the concept...

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Jun 29, 2017

Center Court Properties and POB Capital acquire 2.25-acre Dorchester parcel for $14.5 million

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Philip Harris
Of course, the tiny-brained, Frog-pondian Bostonians who are abjectly opposed to ANY building over 5 stories in height will be out in droves to kill this project These NIMBY-NAUGHTS just do not get it - prevention of growth is a sure fire way of killing the overall economic health of the Boston area, and concomitantly, preventing the increase in the housing stock will eventually make ALL housing units UN-affordable; what good is your home in terms of a marketability if no one can afford it?!!!!!! The YOU HAVE IT NIMBYS MUST BE SILENCED on any and all project proposals. Eschewing politically correct language, NIMBYS, Go to FRIGGING HELL!
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