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Developers behind 190 West 2nd Street residential project to meet with community Monday

Posted by Patrick Rosso  February 24, 2014 08:37 AM

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The location of the proposed residential project.

The developers behind a residential project proposed for West 1st Street and West 2nd Street will present their plan to the South Boston community Monday night.

A public meeting sponsored by the Boston Redevelopment Authority will be held at the Condon School located at 200 D St. on Feb. 24 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Plans, led by Triad Alpha Partners LLC, call for the construction of a three-story, mixed-use structure featuring 97 residential units, 4,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 115 parking spaces, according to the Project Notification Form submitted by the developers to the Boston Redevelopment Authority. The retail space will be located along West 1st and C streets. The parking will be accessed from West 1st Street. The units will be split between one- and two-bedroom residences.

The project currently conforms to the existing zoning requirements in the neighborhood and is expected to be built "as of right." Because of its size, the project must go through the BRA’s Article 80 review process, which includes a public comment period.

The new structure is proposed to be built on five combined land parcels located at 181 West 1st St., 185 West 1st St., 184 West 2nd St., 190 West 2nd St., and 206 West 2nd St.

The property is currently home to a warehouse and storage yard, which will be razed to make way for the new building.

The parcel, which measures approximately 49,750 square feet, is located an approximate half-mile from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and the Broadway MBTA Station.

For a copy of the project's Letter of Intent, click here.


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A rendering of the proposed residential project.


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