BPDA approves 110 Savin Hill Project in Dorchester

BOSTON–The Boston Planning & Development Agency Board of Directors approved one new development project and one Notice of Project Change (NPC) at the August board meeting. The new project represents 9 residential units, nearly 24,000 square feet, $6 million in development and will create 16 direct jobs once constructed.

The approval of the 110 Savin Hill Avenue project in Dorchester will yield the construction of a two-building, mixed-use development totaling approximately 23,984 square feet. One building will be a three-story, commercial retail structure and the second building will be a three-story, residential structure.

110 Savin Hill Avenue

The second building will contain nine condominium units.

In addition, there will be garage parking for up to 13 spaces with access via Sydney Street. Bicycle storage and a trash/recycling room will be located within the ground-level of the buildings. As currently proposed, the nine condominium units will consist entirely of market rate housing units. There will be one handicapped-accessible one-bedroom unit, six two-bedroom units, and two three-bedroom units.

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