About Wadleigh Place
South Boston, Boston, MA
The property features multiple parcels located on Wadleigh Place in South Boston's Andrew Square. Sitting on a .22-acre site, the three separate buildings total 14,256 square-feet of space.
1-3 Wadleigh Place is a 3-story 6,960 square-foot brick building that was constructed in 1930. 5-7 Wadleigh Place is a single story 2,295 square-foot brick building that was built in 1920. The third building, 6-8 Wadleigh Place is a single story 2,928 square-foot brick building that was also built in 1920.
The property adds to the already 15.07 acres of developable land located in the heart of Andrew Square owned by Core Investments, some owned jointly with Ad Meloria. The land includes 10.57 contiguous acres located at 475-511 Dorchester Avenue with frontage on Southampton Street, and a second 4.5-acre site, 371-385 Dorchester Avenue, located one parcel away.
The land is located steps to MBTA Red Line rapid transit service to Downtown Boston and Cambridge. The development team is considering commercial development for the land.
Core Investments is currently developing Washington Village, an eight-building mixed-use development also located in Andrew Square.