New residential housing proposed for Dorchester site

by Liz Hughes

A developer is proposing the redevelopment of a five-parcel site in Dorchester into residential housing. 

A letter of intent was filed with the Boston Planning & Development Agency on Jan. 12 on behalf of developer Boston 115 Development LLC and principal Adam Burns.

The proposal looks to convert the 33,432-square-foot site at 115-121 Boston St., which currently houses a commercial building with a parking lot, into a mixed-use building. 

Once complete, the project will include 90 new residential compact living units, 8,400 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and a 57-space parking garage, with 41 designated for residents, along with 122 bicycle parking spots. 

The five-story mixed-use building will also include a mezzanine, and residential amenities including a ground-floor recreation room, common lounge and pet washing and grooming station. 

According to the filing, the developer also plans for landscaped open space areas as well as other area improvements.

The proposed development is within walking distance of the MBTA’s Andrew Square Red Line station and several MBTA bus routes. It’s also close to the Newmarket commuter rail station.

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