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243-245 Dorchester Street

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South Boston
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Project Description
The proposed project consists of a new five-story mixed-use building at 243-245 Dorchester Street in South Boston. The new building will contain twenty dwelling units intended to be condominium units for sale, with six accessory off-street garage parking spaces, in light of the site’s close proximity to Red Line rapid transit, as well as ground floor commercial space. The residential units are planned to be smaller in size, thus providing a more naturally affordable home ownership opportunity for first-time buyers looking for an alternative to renting. The unit sizes will also be ideal for empty-nesters giving up larger homes in favor or more economical living in the city. Fourteen of the units are proposed one-bedroom units, and six would be bi-level two-bedroom units.

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