Two developers have told the BPDA they will soon file plans for a six-story "co-living" building where most of the units have four bedrooms - and at least two bathrooms.
The proposed building on a roughly 3/4-acre site at 500-510 Lincoln St. would replace a parking lot just a short walk across a pedestrian bridge from the student-heavy GAP area on the other side of the turnpike.
Boylston Properties and ARX Urban say 65 of the units would have four bedrooms - split between units with two and three bathrooms. Another five units would have three bedrooms and two bathrooms, while people who want to go it alone could apply for one of the 10 studios.
The building would also have "residential amenity space" and "dedicated, flexible community space" as well as a 30-space parking lot, a rental car available just to tenants and a storage area for 120 bicycles.
Allston Co-Op Living letter of intent (542k PDF).