8 New Developments Approved in Boston

New Housing Real Estate Development Apporved in Boston MA

Aug 29

This month the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s Board of Directors approved an astounding 8 new development projects which will give the city 1,415 units of new housing upon completion.  One project involves a massive 656 unit complex that will transform an industrial area of South Boston into a beautiful residential community. 

Together these 9 projects will collectively create an investment of $950 million dollars into Boston’s economy, and they’ll create in estimated 1,400 construction jobs in the process.  Below you’ll see the 8 projects that are planned:



Washington Village in South Boston

Total Project Cost: $400,000,000

Construction Jobs: 635



Trinity Financial partners set to redevelop Orient Heights

Total Project Cost: $186,000,000

Construction Jobs: 315



South Boston’s Waterfront restaurants will be transformed with new housing, retail, and public space being built

Total Project Cost: $260,000,000

Construction Jobs: 275



Third phase of Jackson Square project on Amory Street approved

Total Project Cost: $62,600,000

Construction Jobs: 113



New housing development coming to Washington Street in Jamaica Plain

Total Project Cost: $13,000,000

Construction Jobs: 31



Green-light for mixed-use development near Broadway Station

Total Project Cost: $10,000,000

Construction Jobs: 26



Redevelopment of two vacant parcels in South Boston

Total Project Cost: $4,600,000

Construction Jobs: 10



These new buildings will create much needed inventory in apartments for rent and condos for sale in and around the Boston area, and it’s another sign that the housing market is continuing to flourish in the Greater Boston area.


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