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By adamg - 6/29/21 - 11:27 am

Note: Because the reporter misunderstood what happened, the story has been corrected to reflect that the building can be occupied - as executive suites.

The Zoning Board of Appeal today rejected a developer's proposal to change the classification of an essentially completed nine-unit building at 119 Addison St. in East Boston from executive suites to condos, which means the developer can rent the units out to Boston visitors, but not sell them as condos. Read more.

By adamg - 2/25/20 - 4:27 pm

A city ordinance that makes it harder for people to turn apartments into short-term rentals means investors who want to profit from visitors are looking for new ways to get around the measure. Read more.

By adamg - 1/22/18 - 1:21 pm
Addison rendering

Architect's rendering.

A New York developer has filed formal plans for 270 residential units in two buildings off Addison Street in East Boston that look more like office or hotel buildings than the sort of five-story developments we've become accustomed to, on a site that will feature plantings and building designs able to withstand the periodic flooding and storm surges that come from being in a flood plain. Read more

By adamg - 7/29/17 - 11:00 am

Two development companies this week signaled their intentions to replace an Avis parking lot off McClellan Highway and Addison Street with two residential buildings. Read more.

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