Nordblom Co., owner of the old Teradyne Building right across the street from the Ink Block project in the near South End, has filed plans through an apparent subsidiary to construct two buildings on the site of the adjacent Graybar industrial facility (see above) on Harrison Avenue.
The project would total 515,000 square feet, of which 30,000 square feet would be for retail.
If approved, it would be the fourth major development project in the immediate vicinity, along with the Ink Block project (at the former Boston Herald site), the construction of new apartments on Teradyne’s old nearby parking lot, and a proposal to transform a gas station/parking lot into a development over on Washington Street.
We’re talking about a new neighborhood of literally thousands of people.
File under: More, please
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Updated: 1st Quarter 2018