CAMH Hears New Terrace St. Condo Proposal as Area Grows in Popularity

The Community Alliance of Mission Hill (CAMH) met virtually on July 21, where it viewed a presentation by the developer of 134 Terrace St.

Wyatt Komarin is proposing a condo project at the site, located a two-minute walk from the Diablo Glass School.

Komarin is a founding partner of Primary, a design and real estate development company that already has three condo properties on Terrace St.: 40, 80, and the abutting 132 Terrace St. Primary describes itself as “committed to the revitalization of Terrace Street, and to bringing home ownership opportunities to Mission Hill.”

The proposed building at 134 Terrace St. is six stories, including a ground-level lobby and five market-rate condos with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The design also features a shared roof deck, elevator and modern architecture. It does not currently include parking.

The team received a refusal from the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) on June 11 due the following violations: multifamily residence in a light industrial zone; insufficient off-street parking, rear yard, and usable open space; and excessive building height and floor area ratio. The project will be seeking variances for these violations.

Developers have filed refusal plans and have met with direct abutters. They will appear before the ZBA again in August and plan to apply for permits in the fall or winter. Construction would begin in the spring or summer of 2022.

CAMH will hold a vote on the proposal at its next scheduled meeting on Aug. 18.

This project is just one of several developments going up on Terrace St. We previously reported on a mixed-use project at 110-128R Terrace St., and condos at 154 Terrace St. A cannabis dispensary Raices on the Hill will be going up at 123 Terrace St.

CAMH meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Due to the coronavirus restrictions, all meetings will be held on Zoom for the foreseeable future.

Primary already owns three condo projects on Terrace Street.

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