A mandatory Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) meeting for the mixed-use project at 1467 Tremont St. was scheduled for earlier this week, after the Gazette’s deadline.
The new mixed-use, 4-story building proposed for 1467 Tremont St. would have 18 units of housing and approximately 1,800 square feet of ground-floor retail space for a total of 16,500 square feet. It also would have 12 motor vehicle parking spaces and 24 bicycle parking spaces, as the Gazette previously reported.
Developer Jason Savage told the Gazette on Monday that the plan is currently for approximately six studios, half of which would be affordably priced, and six each of one- and two-bedroom units, all of which would be priced at market rates. All the units would be deed-restricted against leasing to full-time undergraduate students.
Savage also told the Gazette that plans had no significantly been altered since the last time they were presented to the community about a month ago. He also said the developers have met with the Community Alliance of Mission Hill “several times.”
Comments on the project can be sent to Tyler.Norod@boston.gov through May 12.
The proposal is the work of Savage and Trellis Group LLC, who are already working on a similar building to replace the Boston Clutch Works building across the street.