City Realty is proposing a six-story, 53-unit condo building on a stretch of Leo Birmingham Parkway near Western Avenue in Brighton that is fast transforming from commercial use to apartment and condo buildings.
The proposed $15-million building with 50 parking spaces at 50-56 Leo Birmingham Parkway would replace a low-slung building now home to a glass company and some apartments, next to a one-time office building that now serves as a State Police barracks, just down the street from where a residential building is nearing completion on the old Black & Decker site, just up the street from where another developer wants to replace the Lincoln Tavern with condos, and not far from where another developer will put apartments on Soldiers Field Road.
The units will include 20 studios, 22 one-bedroom units and 12 two-bedroom units. Many of the units will have a balcony; the building will also have a roof deck and exercise and meeting rooms.
50-56 Leo Birmingham Parkway small-project review application (22M PDF).
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