Boston Business Journal
Cathartes Investments will build a four-story, 146-unit condominium on the Charlestown-Somerville border. The project will include a five-story parking garage for 190 vehicles.
The Boston Redevelopment Authority approved the project May 19. Construction is expected to begin in December, and the project is expected to be completed in 18 months.
City Lofts of Charlestown, as the building has been named, will go up between I-93, the Sullivan Square MBTA station, the B&M Railroad station and the abutting residential neighborhood.
The approved plan is a revision of an earlier plan that Cathartes put forward. The building, originally known as Little Neck Lofts, was reduced by 35,000 square feet to 160,000 square feet, and the parking plan was revised as well.