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376-384A Blue Hill Avenue project to create 18 income-restricted homeownership opportunities in Dorchester
Live: 18 income-restricted homeownership units
Work: Two retail spaces, approximately 21 construction jobs and four permanent jobs
Connect: Shared ground floor space for residents, interior bike parking
Sustain: LEED Gold Certified
This project will convert what is currently vacant City-owned land on Blue Hill Avenue into 18 income-restricted homeownership opportunities for residents in Dorchester. It will be a transit-oriented development, as it is served by an MBTA Bus route and is in close proximity to the MBTA Dudley Station. In addition, the building will provide indoor and outdoor bike parking. There will also be retail and community space for residents on the ground floor. The project will improve the public realm with better lighting and new street trees. The project will contribute $5,724 to the Boston Transportation Department to support the bikeshare system. In support of the City’s green building and carbon-neutral goals, the project will be LEED Gold.