Common Allbright, at 525 Lincoln Street in Allston has been approved by the BPDA. The co-living project will feature 80 units with a total of 280 bedrooms. The building will also include 1,250 square feet of ground-floor community space along with a 4,500 square foot courtyard and parking for 30 cars. To improve mobility for the residents and the neighborhood the project will also offer electric vehicle car-sharing and a $20 transit subsidy for residents. In response to questions from the board on how they will prevent the completed building from turning into an Airbnb the development team discussed 12-month lease requirements, subleasing bans, and a large on-site staff to monitor the property.
A PNF has been filed for the co-living project proposed in Allston along Lincoln Street, Common Allbright. The plans call for a 6-story building to include 80 residential units, a mix of 10 traditional studio units, 8 three-bedroom co-living suites, and sixty-two 62 four-bedroom co-living suites. There will be a total of 282 bedrooms within the project. The development team of ARX Urban & Boylston Properties will partner with Common Living, Inc. one of the largest co-living management companies in the U.S., to oversee daily operations.
The project also includes a ground-level garage to feature around 30 parking spaces with the ability to add another 30 spaces with a mechanical parking solution. Common Allbright will designate 2 traditional studio units and 9 co-living suites containing 35 bedrooms to be income-restricted for individuals earning not more than 70% of the AMI.
The Proposed Project is located within the Allston-Brighton Neighborhood District, containing approximately 0.75 acres (32,589 square feet) of land area and fronts both Lincoln Street and Cambridge Street.
The property currently contains an approximately forty-five space surface parking lot, which is proposed to be replaced with a six-story co-living residential building, totaling approximately 129,175 square feet, and an at-grade parking garage providing approximately thirty accessory parking spaces with additional night parking available in the 510 Lincoln Street parking lot.
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