They’re calling the area Dot Block and there may be 400 new housing units and retail spaces on top of it. If you have been scanning Boston looking for future living space, this news shouldn’t be ignored.
It ain’t the INK BLOCK.
Originally reported by By Lauren Dezenski of the Dorchester News newspaper on May. 21, 2015, the Boston Redevelopment Authority received a letter of intent from developers looking to move building the project forward. Four Hundred and Twenty new housing units in the buildings may hit the market if the Mayor has his way. His administration believes its on track to build 50,000 new housing units in the coming years to accommodate Boston’s bursting housing needs. Stay tuned for this.
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