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Board approves replacement of old industrial structure with 12-unit residential building in Egleston Square

Renderings of proposed new 27 Dixwell st.

Renderings of proposed building by Bond Worthington.

The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved replacing an industrial building at 27 Dixwell St., across from the Hernandez School in Egleston Square with a 12-unit residential building with 12 parking spaces.

OnPoint Capital's proposal calls for two of the units to be marketed as affordable.

Carolyn Royce of the Egleston Square Neighborhood Association praised the proposal to replace the "very shabby industrial building" with housing. City Councilors Kendra Lara and Michael Flaherty supported the proposal as well. Nobody spoke against.



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