780 Morrissey Boulevard Residential Project Officially Under Review
The proposed residential project at 780 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester is now under review. Plans call for a 206 unit residential building with 136 parking spaces in total. The units would be a mix of 96 studio apartments with an average of 466 square feet, 88 one-bedroom apartments with an average of 659 square feet, and 22 two-bedroom apartments with an average of 1,012 square feet. The apartment units will be organized around a central corridor. Other resident amenities are set to include a pool, pet amenity, and roof deck.
The Michaels Organization has filed a Letter of Intent for the development site at 780 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester. The company plans to construct a 6-story residential building to feature around 207 apartments plus parking for 143 cars. Units would be a mix of studios (92), 1-bedrooms (94 units), and 2-bedrooms (21 units).
200 Unit Residential Project Being Planned for 780 Morrissey Blvd Site
Michaels Development is planning a six-story, 200 unit apartment building at 780 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester. The project would include a mix of studio, 1, and 2 bedroom units along with amenity space. A representative from Michaels told The Dorchester Reporter that they plan to purchase the site from Phillips Family Properties but Phillips will still maintain an ownership stake in the new project. An LOI is expected to be filed by the end of this month.
Longtime owner of 1.81-acre Morrissey Boulevard parcel seeks development partner or ground lessee
The Phillips family, longtime owners of the 1.81-acre 780 Morrissey Boulevard parcel in Dorchester, is seeking a partner or ground lessee to develop the property. The Old Colony House and Freeport Tavern, two longtime restaurants owned by the Phillips family which operated on the property, closed this past January. The Phillips family has listed the property for development through broker Colliers International.
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