Developers this month submitted plans to the BRA to turn the old Holy Trinity German Catholic church and rectory on Shawmut Avenue in the South End into 33 residential units, by completely removing the interior and replacing it with an eight-story steel structure.
The proposal by developers Dennis Kanin and David Goldman for 136 Shawmut Ave. also calls for a 24-space garage in the new building's basement.
The proposed project will create new housing options in a unique new building in this rapidly growing section of the South End. This dramatic design will blend old and new, creating a bold centerpiece for this developing neighborhood.
136 Shawmut small-project review application (7.7M PDF).