A real-estate company has started marketing a package of parcels along Hyde Park Avenue where the Cottage Cafe and a lamp factory used to be for possible reuse as a multi-story residential building.
Broker Christopher Lydon is seeking $3.85 million for the five parcels on Hyde Park Avenue and Providence Street that wrap around Ron's and continue to the AutoZone, and writes the property's zoning would allow a 48-unit residential building with 55 parking spaces and two ground-floor stores.
Site is located in the heart of Cleary Square, steps to it's shops, 2 commuter rail lines, restaurants, theater, Neponset River Greenway bike path and close proximity to Blue Hills Reservation.
The lamp factory has been closed for decades; the Cottage closed in late 2017. That stretch of Hyde Park Avenue consists of a series of low-slung old buildings.
H/t Eileen Velez.