Roslindale apartment development wins ZBA's approval
Boston’s Zoning Board of Appeal approved a 31-unit apartment building in Roslindale on Tuesday, a project whose previous rejection by the board in 2021 drew heavy criticism from housing advocates. Of the 31 units, 19 would be income-restricted, an increase from the previous time the proposal appeared before the ZBA.
Arx Urban Unveils its Fourth Project on Hancock Street in Dorchester
Arx Urban has filed plans to redevelop a car wash at 247 Hancock St. in Dorchester with a six-story, 47-unit, mixed-income residential building.
Arx Urban's proposed building would be its fourth project on Hancock Street and located immediately adjacent to the Meeting House.
46 Leo M. Birmingham Parkway Development Wins BPDA Approval
The BPDA approved Arx Urban's mixed-use development at 46 Leo M. Birmingham Parkway. The relocation of the Massachusetts State Police Barracks paves the way for the redevelopment of this site into a six-story, multifamily building that will include 38 residential rental units with seven designated as income restricted. They will be a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units.
Battle for Parking Unites Developers and Affordable Housing Activists
Propmodo explores last November’s ZBA rejection of Arx Urban’s 31-unit, solar-powered, mixed-use project in the city’s Roslindale neighborhood. Undeterred, Arx Urban expects to reintroduce the project at a later date after resounding support from the neighborhood and affordable housing communities.
ZBA Approves Affordable Housing Proposal for 361 Broadway
Arx Urban's 62-unit affordable housing development at the corner of Broadway and Fourth Street has been approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals. City Manager Thomas Ambrosino spoke in favor of the project: “This is exactly the kind of project that my administration has been advocating for in the downtown corridor".
Developer proposes Brighton apartment building
Arx Urban has filed plans to replace an old office building at 46 Leo Birmingham Parkway with a six-story apartment building. The proposed building would share resources with its "sister" building at 525 Lincoln Street to create an active, immediate community with shared programming and events.
Designing Affordable Housing to Fit the Neighborhood
Benjie spoke with Chris Lovett of BNN’s Neighborhood Network News about The Meeting House' mix of affordability and the process behind the model. Arx Urban was able to obtain Boston Community Preservation funding and partner with Mass Housing to deliver a residential building that provides socioeconomic diversity through a blend of affordable, middle income, and market rate housing.
Arx Urban Nears Completion of 36-Unit Workforce Housing Project in Boston
Arx Urban is nearing completion of a 36-unit workforce housing project located at 233 Hancock St. in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. Boston-based RODE Architects designed the project, construction of which began in December 2018 and is expected to wrap up by the end of the month.