This week, "Allston Yards" won a key city approval, which will bring an 868-unit mixed-use development to the nexus of Allston, Brighton and the new Boston Landing district.
The project will join other transformative projects in the Allston neighborhood.
Constructed in multiple phases, the project will redevelop the existing Stop & Shop plaza at 60 Everett Street. The 1.2 million-square foot site will be home to a mix of rental and condominium residences, a redesigned Stop & Shop grocery store, offices, shops, restaurants and art space.
The existing shopping plaza has been serving the Allston-Brighton community for nearly 20 years, during which time the Guest Street corridor has evolved from its roots as an industrial district to a vibrant locale. In accordance with Mayor Walsh's Boston 2030 Housing plan, the project will help in creating a transit-oriented development, new housing alternatives, walkable neighborhoods and a live-work-play community.
Four updates are proposed, featuring up to 868 apartment and condominium residences, 352,000 square-feet of office and research space, 50,000 square-feet of restaurant and retail space, a new Stop & Shop supermarket, and up to 1,300 parking spaces.
Phase One will develop a building with 176 apartment residences, a 1-acre community green with restaurant, retail, parking and a Stop & Shop supermarket.
Additional phases will include more residential units, restaurant space and office space.
Allston Yards is located in the heart of Allston, with easy access to the Massachusetts Turnpike.
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