South Boston continues to attract residential proposals. The latests submited to the Boston Redevelopment Authority comes from Donald Clancy, who has filed a project notification form for 377 West First Street, a vacant lot on which he intends to build a mixed-use, nine unit building on five stories with 15 at-grade parking spaces.
The 50 foot high structure on an approximiately 8,000 square foot lot would include 360 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. The units — the documents are vague to whether they would be to rent or to own, would mostly have two-bedrooms, but three would have three beds.
The main variances the project would require are for floor area ratio and height.