A developer has proposed replacing a nondescript, gray building that now houses a glass company with a 19-unit, six-story apartment building that would sit between Old Colony Avenue and West 9th Street, near their intersections with D Street.
The apartments would be split between one- and two-bedroom units, with three rented as affordable, according to developer Adam Burns's proposal, filed this week with the BPDA.
The building would have ten parking spaces - with one set aside for the car Burns said he would purchase for the building for residents to use.
Burns wrote that he hopes to begin construction of the $5.7-million project in early 2020, with units ready for occupancy by the middle of 2021.
142-144 Old Colony Ave. small-project review application (13.5M PDF).