Three developers told the BPDA today they will soon file plans to build 24 townhouses and 12 condos on 12 acres of land at the end of Rockwood Street, at the Brookline line and about as rural as one can get within the Boston city limits.
Matthew Zuker and Ken Chase of NewMeadow Development of Needham and Armando Petruzziello of Dedham, said they would submit the plans for 96-100 Rockwood St., which currently two residences on it: A nine-bedroom, six-bathroom, five-fireplace, two-kitchen, 8,366-square-foot mansion, built in 1895, and a smaller three-family house.
In their letter of intent, the developer say the condos will each be 2,000 square feet, while the townhomes will range between 2,200 and 3,500 square feet.
Also, the project will result in "a bucolic residential community" as well as "a more horizontal development than has been typical of Boston's recent housing growth."
Rockwood Street letter of intent and schedule.