One Million SF Approved for Development in Boston
Seven projects featuring a total of 1,014,297 square-feet of space and 257 units have been approved for development in Boston. Approved projects include an IMP project at Northeastern University along with a cannabis production and cultivation facility in Roxbury. Additionally, two notices of project changes were approved. Check out the entire list of approved projects below.
ARX Urban has won approval for a multifamily redevelopment of 46 Leo M Birmingham Parkway in Allston. Plans call for 47 units across a 6-story building.
An Allston-based developer has won approval for a 99-unit mixed-use development at 30 Leo Birmingham Parkway in Brighton. Plans call for a 4-story, 97,100 SF mixed-use development featuring 5,870 SF of ground-floor retail space.
A notice of project change has been approved for 597-599 Columbus Avenue in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood. Plans call for 47 condominium units - previously approved as apartment units - in the Massachusetts Avenue area.
Plans have been greenlit for a new 4-story, 83,500 SF academic building at 69-71 Proctor Street in Roxbury. The Roxbury Prep High School will feature new classrooms, a cafeteria, a gymnasium, and multiple administrative and storage spaces, along with approximately 43 on-site vehicular parking spaces.
Green Hampden Group, LLC won approval for a redevelopment of 100-114 Hampden Street in Roxbury. Plans call for a 3-story growing and production warehouse featuring 47,882 SF of floorspace.
A notice of project change has been approved for 270 Talbot Avenue in Dorchester. Approved in 2020, the project now calls for the 21 apartment units to be swapped out for 18 condominium units. The project is also set to include 2,960 square feet of retail space, and nine parking spaces.
A land transfer has been approved for the acquisition & subsequent conveyance of air rights parcels on Stuart Street & Trinity Place necessary for the Back Bay South End Gateway Project. A transformational air rights development in Back Bay that will be constructed above the existing Back Bay Station, Boston Properties will construct four towers with approximately 1.37 million square feet of residential, office, and public space.
A Mission Hill property developer has won approval for a mixed-use residential and commercial project at 775 Huntington Avenue in Boston's Mission Hill neighborhood. Plans call for a 163-foot, 13-story mixed-use building featuring 111 residential units.
Northeastern University received approval for an institutional master plan for 840 Columbus Avenue in Roxbury.
Plans call for 468,500 SF, 25-story mixed-use building containing a five-story podium with an active community-focused ground floor and four stories of innovative teaching space. The tower will house approximately 810 beds for Northeastern students, and roughly 18,000 SF of the ground floor will be dedicated to community engagement space with the neighborhood of Roxbury.
Additionally, a renovation and 2,500 SF addition was approved for the Snell Library. The project area covers 138,000 SF of floorspace.