Cedar Hill Residential filed plans with the BPDA today for a 23-unit, four-story condo building on Brookside Avenue, around the corner from the Green Street Orange Line station.
The developer's plans call for two first-floor condos to be sold as affordable "live/work space" to artists. Cedar Hill, which is finishing up a residential building on Burroughs Street, off Centre Street, is also proposing two additional affordable units in the building at 121 Brookside Ave., a site now used as a parking lot.
The proposed non-artist units would range in size from 450 square feet for a studio unit to 950 square feet for a two-bedroom units. The artist condos would be up to 1,055 square feet.
The proposal calls for 11 parking spaces, which will require a variance from the zoning board, because the lot's zoning would normally require 31 spaces.
The development team anticipates that vehicle ownership will be low based upon the site’s transit oriented location, walkable access to services and amenities, access to public transportation and major job centers, to bike share stations, and to car and ride share services.