JPNC to Consider Trio of Three-Family Building Proposals

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A trio of proposals that would create several three-family residential buildings in Jamaica Plain will go in front of the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council zoning committee Wednesday.

The first proposal is to raze a single-family home on Lamartine Street and replace it with a three-story building containing six units. According to the zoning committee's agenda, the proposed development at 279-281 Lamartine St. would combine two lots to create an 11,658-square-foot lot. The proposal would also include a parking garage to house six vehicles.

The committee will also look at a request to renovate an existing two-family building at 31-33 Woodlawn St. to create a three-family residence with three bedrooms and two bathrooms per units as well as exterior decks, and to construct a second three-family residence with two bedrooms and two bathrooms per unit, as well as build a common garage with six parking spaces.

Finally, there is a proposal to demolish an existing single-family dwelling at 7-11 Wise St., combine parcels to create a 4,060-square-foot lot, and construct three tri-level townhouse-style residences with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms each, with parking for three vehicles.

Further details on the latter two proposals are linked to from the JPNC website. The July 5 meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the Farnsworth House at 90 South St.