The Madison Park Development Corp. this week filed plans with the BPDA to build a 16-unit condo building on a vacant lot it owns at 2451 Washington St., across from the B-2 police station and next to a four-story apartment building Madison Park owns.
"By offering new homeownership opportunities, MPDC’s project will encourage community stability," in an area where condo prices jumped from $162,134 to $413,302 between 2010 and 2015.
The building, a quarter-mile from the Dudley Square bus station, would have 16 parking spaces.
Madison Park, which bought the lot in 2006, says the building would meet existing zoning for the site, and would take 12 to 18 months for construction, which it hopes to begin late this fall.
2451 Washington St. small-project review application (934k PDF).