The Zoning Board of Appeal yesterday approved plans to replace a tow lot with a four-story, 29-unit apartment building at 3409 Washington St., between Green Street and Union Avenue in Jamaica Plain.
Plans by Jigar Patel's S&H Management of Hyde Park show seven parking spaces and a small commercial unit on the ground floor. The building will not have gas hookups and will have solar panels on the roof.
The building - first proposed as a boutique hotel - would have 14 studios, 9 one-bedroom apartments and 6 two-bedroom units. Six would be rented as affordable, with four meant for people making no more than 70% of the Boston area median income and two for people making no more than 30% of that level.
The BPDA approved the $10-million project in January. S&H bought the 10,565-square-foot parcel for $2.5 million in September.
3409 Washington St. filings.