Previously approved project is looking to add 18 additional homes.
The original project was approved to have just 32 apartments, however, Plan Dot Ave zoning in South Boston that was approved in 2017 has allowed the project to increase in density to 50 apartments. These apartments will include 7 income-restricted affordable units and the developer will contribute $48,000 to the city's IDP fund that is allocated for affordable housing projects. The current site contains a surface parking lot and a vacant former auto body shop.
The comment period is open until April 6th.