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Neighborhood Group to Consider 44-Unit Affordable Rental Complex

Rendering of proposal for 25 Amory St.

Development is always big news in JP. And the Zoning Committee of the JP Neighborhood Council sees virtually every proposal of consequence. The neighborhood group meets Wednesday to consider two projects. The largest is a proposal from the JP Neighborhood Development Corp. to build 44 units of affordable rental housing at 25 Amory St. Continue Reading →

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Plan for Old James’s Gate Property Returns to Neighborhood Committee

Rendering of previous proposal for The Gate, 5 McBride St.

One of the most-watched real estate developments in a neighborhood full of them returns to public debate this week. The former James’s Gate site at 5 McBride St. will be on the docket Wednesday when the JP Neighborhood Council’s Zoning Committee meets. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Farnsworth House, 90 South St., just a block from the abandoned pub. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Where Will 300 Car Commuters Go as Forest Hills Parking Lot Becomes Apartments?

Overall site plan

Forest Hills residents peppered a would-be developer with questions about where hundreds of car commuters will go if the LAZ Parking lot becomes a mixed-use development. There were other issues raised during a community meeting Wednesday about “The Residences at Forest Hills,” but much of the discussion revolved around parking. The three-building, six-story development would add 252 apartments and townhouses plus 5,500 square feet of retail to Forest Hills’ burgeoning stock of mid-rise transit-oriented developments. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Washington Street Population Could More than Double

If you want evidence why the city has finally launched a long-awaited planning effort for JP, look no further than this eye-popping prediction: Planners expect the Washington Street corridor to see population growth of as much as 2.5 times current levels. (more…) Continue Reading →

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