The Zoning Board of Appeal yesterday approved the Mount Vernon Co.'s plans to replace a Santander Bank branch and parking lot at 30 Leo Birmingham Parkway with a six-story, 117-unit apartment building, with a dog run for residents, as well as solar panels on the roof, where room would be set aside for beehives. Read more.
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A developer has filed plans to replace an old office building now used by State Police at 46 Leo Birmingham Parkway near Soldiers Field Road with a six-story apartment building, in an area in which offices are being replaced by residences at a rapid pace. Read more.
Man in stolen SUV runs red light in Brighton, kills another driver, tries to run away while holding his dog, State Police say
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a local resident's plans to convert what is now a security-systems firm at the intersection of Lincoln Street and Birmingham Parkway into a cannabis shop topped by a kitchen that would baked pot-infused cookies and brownies. Read more.
Allston tow lot forced out by residential development could move to Brighton - but residents there are fighting it
A resident of Parsons Street in Brighton is raising funds on GoFundMe to pay for a lawsuit against Zoning Board of Appeal and the owner of a parking lot at 372 North Beacon St. that wants to lease the space to a tow-lot operator being forced out of Emery Road in Allston. Read more.
The Mount Vernon Co. this week filed its plans for replacing a Santander Bank branch on Leo Birmingham Parkway, next to the Radius building, where the old Black and Decker service center used to be, with a five-story, 99-unit residential building with ground-floor commercial space. Read more.
City Realty is proposing a six-story, 53-unit condo building on a stretch of Leo Birmingham Parkway near Western Avenue in Brighton that is fast transforming from commercial use to apartment and condo buildings. Read more.
Developers this week filed plans to tear down the Lincoln Bar and Grill and a neighboring office building so they can put up an 82-condo building at a formerly nondescript location that's suddenly become hot because of massive nearby development. Read more.