Hilco Redevelopment Partners and Redgate Capital Partners have filed new plans with the BPDA for their L Street project that now call for 636 residential units - down from the 750 they proposed in July and the 1,344 they initially proposed on the 15.2-acre site.
The new numbers are contained in a "planned development area master plan," filed with the BPDA this month that would essentially replace the land's zoning with an agreement between the developer and the former BRA, and which focuses more on such things as maximum square footage and dimensions for the different buildings on the land, which the companies say will take 10 to 15 years to fully build out.
Along with the cut in housing units, the developers have proposed increasing the amount of space for office and R&D use, from 800,000 square feet proposed in July to 960,000 square feet, but shrinking a proposed hotel from 344 rooms to 240. A proposed "civic/cultural" space would be decreased from the 14,000 square feet proposed earlier this year to 10,000 square feet.
Unchanged in the newest filings are 80,000 square feet of retail space and up to 1,214 parking spaces across the complex.
776 Summer Street PDA master plan (14M PDF).