The Neighborhood of Affordable Housing has filed plans with the BPDA for a 33-unit apartment building - half reserved for artists who would have access to private studios - and a 7-unit condo building on Condor Street between Brooks and Putnam streets in East Boston.
In addition to the apartments and private studios, the larger, five-story building would also include a "work bar/gallery" and three public studios, along with 35 parking spaces.
In the apartment building, only nine of the units would be rented at market rates; the rest would be rented at "various levels of affordability." In the condo building, four units would be sold at market rates; the other three at affordable rates. The building would also have a roof deck, a community garden and a sculpture garden.
NOAH hopes to begin construction this spring of its Aileron buildings - named because "it fits the pattern of flight" of the bird streets of Eagle Hill - with units ready for occupancy a year later.
Aileron small-project review application (21M PDF).