South Boston’s luxury condominium inventory is set to grow again, this time with a nine-unit development on a once-industrial street that’s booming with residential construction.
Donald Clancy, a South Boston-based real estate developer, has proposed a five-story, nine-unit condo on a vacant lot at 377 W. First St. The development is adjacent to several newly constructed luxury condominium projects at the confluence of East and West First streets in South Boston, just off Pappas Way and Dorchester Street.
The condos at 377 W. First St. would include a 361-square-foot office space and 15 garage parking spaces, according to documentation filed with the Boston Redevelopment Authority this month. Clancy owns the vacant lot, the documentation shows.
The development would span 23,409 square feet.
“Donald strives to provide the very highest level of real estate development in the city of Boston,” the BRA filing reads. “The proposed building has been designed and scaled to co-exist (with) the surrounding neighborhood, while at the same time serving as a more modern departure from older neighborhood housing stock.”
Worx Architecture of Easton designed the project.
A few blocks up Dorchester Street, developer Frank E. Sorrenti has recently proposed razing three parcels and building a five-story, 18-unit condominium complex.
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