MG2, which has a number of East Boston projects under development, is proposing a six-story, 25-unit residential building on what is now a parking lot at Maverick Square and Sumner Street, across from the Blue Line station and bus stop.
The proposed building would have retail space on both the first and second floors - with the second floor likely to be leased to a full-service restaurant - according to MG2's filing with the BPDA.
The proposal calls for no parking spaces for tenants because of its location next to the T stop. The location is also a short walk to a water-taxi stop.
The filing does not specify whether the residential units would be apartments or condos. Most would have either one or two bedrooms; one unit would have three bedrooms and three would be studios. Three of the units would be rented or sold as affordable.
In addition to the BPDA, the Zoning Board of Appeals would also have to approve the project.
2-10 Maverick Sq. project page (filing not yet posted).