A Westwood developer wants to put 72 units of housing in two buildings on Heron Street, just south of the Speedy Market on Washington Street in West Roxbury.
As is usual in West Roxbury, if not in the rest of Boston, the proposal calls for more parking spaces than the number of units.
In a letter of intent filed with the BPDA this week, Peter Heaney of Onsite Builders and Development, says the buildings would be sort of kitty corner across from each other on either side of Heron. Heaney is proposing 84 parking spaces - 48 in garages and 36 on the surface.
One of the project's neighbors would be the Stony Brook Condominium building, which in turn is a neighbor to a 46-unit apartment building with 64 parking spaces that is now under construction.
Washington Street from Lagrange Street to Grove Street has other multifamily buildings as well.
11-26 Heron St. letter of intent (2.3M PDF).