A Marblehead developer wants to put up a 12-story office building and a 6-story residential building with 95 units at 93-129 Braintree Street at Everett Street in Allston.
In a letter of intent filed with the BPDA yesterday, David Bracken reports the 1.8-acre proposal, would, perforce, be transit oriented, given how it’s basically right across the street from the Boston Landing commuter-rail stop.
Bracken adds that when he files detailed plans for the project, it will include affordable units “significantly in excess” of the 14% required by the city.
Also, he is promising to transform the space next to under the Everett Street bridge across Braintree Street into a “landscaped public outdoor space providing much needed active and passive recreational amenities for the neighborhood and Braintree Street.”
93-129 Braintree St. letter of intent (1.1M PDF).
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