The Boston Redevelopment Authority approved a developer’s plans for constructing 585 condominium units in a new project planned for D Street, in the Seaport District.
The buildings will rise from six to 17 stories, and be a mixture of glass / steel and brick.
The project was originally envisioned as apartments, but the developer changed course, midstream.
According to the Globe, “With work scheduled to begin in spring, the condos won’t be ready for two years — enough time to ride out a down cycle.”
More: Apartment project is reborn as condos in a new S. Boston – By Thomas C. Palmer Jr., The Boston Globe