New 91 unit Building Proposed for South Boston

Much of the activity has been oriented around the neighborhood’s T stations; planning officials are encouraging the construction of large residential projects along the Red Line to meet ambitious housing goals set by Mayor Martin J. Walsh.

“For a long time, this whole stretch was just scruffy, one-story buildings with tin roofs,” said Marc LaCasse, a real estate attorney who is advising Edwards on the project.

“Now, all this development is radiating out from the Broadway hub, and it’s becoming a more residential area with restaurants, stores, public transit — all the amenities that make a place attractive.”  Click here to read more.

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