New Boston Condo Developments
The former Our Lady of Victories Church in Boston’s South End will soon bring new residential housing to the area.
The 25 Isabella St. project, approved by the Boston Planning & Development Agency on June 10, will revitalize the vacant church and convert it into a condominium development. The project will preserve the architecture of the existing church, which was built in the late 1800s and bring additions to the existing structure.
Once complete, the Bay Village project will include 18 residential units, two of which will be income-restricted. The units will be a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums. The development will also include 21 garaged parking spots, a bike room, sidewalk improvements, landscaping and open space.
The project is within walking distance to downtown Boston, Boylston Street, Back Bay Station and the Boston Common, as well as close to several MBTA stations.
The development will contribute $129,200 to the city’s Inclusionary Development Policy fund, and the developer committed $15,000 in funding to the Boston Parks and Recreation Department for the management and beautification of the Bay Village Neighborhood Park.