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Six-Story, 45-Unit Building Divides Residents, Neighborhood Board

Rendering of 3353 Washington St.

 

[Editor’s note: Since the original posting, we’ve added context around a quote from the chairman of the JPNC Zoning Committee.]

A plan by the neighborhood’s best-known landlord for a six-story development at Washington and Green failed to win approval — or suffer disapproval – from a narrowly divided neighborhood advisory group. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Group Suing City for Approving 50+ Variances for Condos at Allandale Woods

The following was provided by Tony LaCasse of the Friends of Allandale Woods. A broad coalition of neighborhood residents and groups are suing the city of Boston to enforce its own zoning laws, in order to protect one of its most pristine parks. A group of abutters supported by the Friends of Allandale Woods Coalition has filed suit in Suffolk Superior Court to stop the building of 18 — million-dollar plus condominiums on a two-acre lot, which is zoned for single-family residences. (more…) Continue Reading →

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