Project Progress: Under Construction

About Uphams Corner Comfort Station

613 Columbia Road, Dorchester, Boston, MA

The Comfort Station, a one-story stucco and terracotta tile mission style structure, was built as a convenience station in 1912 to support the expanding street car system in Boston. It was designed by local architect William Besarick who also designed Upham’s Corner’s Bird Street Community Center, as well as many area triple-deckers.

The Comfort Station lies on what was once part of the 1630 Dorchester North Burying Ground and together they are listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places and as a Boston Landmark. The historic building helps tell the story of 19th-century municipal expansion and population growth in Dorchester, and the public transportation infrastructure built in the 20th century to support them.

HBI and the American City Coalition are rehabilitating the Comfort Station for Sip and Spoke Bike Kitchen, a bike repair and coffee shop, with the goal of re-activating the site and preserving the story of Boston’s growth and change in Uphams Corner. The $960,000 project is coming soon.




Construction Cost $960,000.00
Start Date May 26, 2018
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Apr 24, 2019

Uphams Corner Comfort Station Project Received Funding From Boston's Community Preservation Act


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