New filings in Boston

The holiday season hasn’t slowed the drive for supply to catch up with demand in Boston.

The non-profit Carribean Integration Community Development and the Archdiocese of Boston-affiliated Planning Office of Urban Affairs have partnered as Cote Village LLC to build 71 apartments in Mattapan.

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Cote Village Master Plan. Source: BRA

According to the Letter of Intent filed with the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the developer would take over a vacant and blighted property at the intersection of Cummins Highway and Regis Road and build 24 units in townhouses along Regis Rd and 47 in a four-story building on Cummins Highway.

The development would also include commercial space, a recreation area and, curiously, 84 parking spaces. Not only is Mattapan between 30 and 40 percent car-free, but a major bus route, the 30, stops right at that building. Moreover, a stop on the MBTA’s Fairmount Line is being constructed behind the site, between Blue Hill Avenue and Cummins Highway.

 

 

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  1. Pingback: Brighton grocery store, other projects, pass muster at BRA meeting | Urban Liberty

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