About Washington Village
Upcoming redevelopment of five acres in South Boston’s Andrew Square into a mixed-use development spanning six blocks. Eight buildings will be constructed containing 656 residences including both apartments and condominiums, 98,600 square feet of retail space and parking for 560 cars. Residences will include studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, and three bedrooms. 110 residential units at Washington Village will be designated affordable.
A 1.5-acre public plaza and green will be located at Washington Village's center. Heights of buildings at Washington Village will primarily be between three and six stories, with two buildings closest to Dorchester Avenue ranging from 18 to 22 stories.
In October 2019, the development team filed a Notice of Project Change to propose adjustments to the project. New plans propose to construct 1 building in place of the two buildings originally planned as Building A & B. This new building would contain around 214 residential units, 20,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and around 58 parking spaces. To accommodate the changing real estate market for mixed-use projects, the ground floor interior height has been increased to accommodate a variety of retail tenants and one partial residential floor has been added to the building which results in an overall building height increase of approximately 15 feet. The Project’s public outdoor space will continue to include a landscaped park area known “The Green” however this space will be relocated to the west of the proposed building.