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A residential project that will transform the Boston Clutch Works site in Mission Hill received approval from the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s Board last week.
Proposed for 1480-1486 Tremont St., the project calls for the demolition of the existing single-story structure on the site and the construction of two connected twin structures to house residential units and ground-floor commercial space, according to the project’s Notice of Project Change.
Renditions of the project had been approved by the BRA in the past, but the most recent approval came after adjustments were made by the development team to limit the height of the building and appease neighborhood concerns.
The top three floors of the four-story building will be dedicated to the project’s 66 rental units with approximately 6,200-square-feet of space on the building’s ground-floor set aside for retail use.
Of the 66 units, approximately 21 will be studios, 28 will be one-bedrooms, and 17 will be two-bedrooms. Sixty parking spaces for tenants will be located in an enclosed garage.
Restrictions will also be placed on units being rented to students.
More information can be found on the project's website.