Five-Story, Mixed-Use Building Eyed For Hancock Auto Body Lot

A proposal for a five-story, mixed-used building to replace an auto body shop sits at the intersection of Hancock and Pleasant streets, across the way from the forthcoming mixed-use Dot Block project and less than half a mile from the Savin Hill T station. As rendered by RODE Architects, “the proposed building has been designed and scaled to complement the busy thoroughfare of Hancock Street and Pleasant Street, the area’s ongoing multi-family residential development, and the surrounding mixed-use development proposals.” Apartments are a proposed mix of studios, one-, and two-bedrooms. Of the 36 residential units, five will be made affordable to households earning between 80 percent and 120

3200 Washington Honors its Jamaica Plain Roots

Construction for RODE designed 3200 Washington, a new 76-unit mixed-use development in Egleston Sq. is underway as demolition at the site nears completion. Egleston Sq. Main Street’s executive director Luis Edgardo Cotto said his group “was proud to support this development project. Not only will it add new businesses to the area’s commercial mix, but it also incorporates affordable rental and home ownership options while activating a site that’s been vacant for years.” Esther Byun, Berkeley Investments development project manager overseeing this project, said, “We’re glad to see 3200 Washington gain momentum. It’s exciting to be a part of the energy here on Washington Street and we look for

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