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Another Housing Development for West Roxbury

West Roxbury could soon be seeing another new housing development just a week after the Boston Redevelopment Authority approved the project at 64 Allandale Street

Developer John Douros has proposed a four-story residential project with 20 units at 400 Belgrade Avenue. 

The proposal calls for the demolition of a gas station that currently exists on the site and has stood vacant for years. 

According to the proposal submitted to the BRA, the site has been a frustration among residents for years and revitalization will be welcome. 

Three of the units in the proposed building would be affordable and all 20-units would have two bedrooms. 

The architect for the project, Lucio Trabucco, said that the design of the new building includes input from neighbors and residents throughout the community. 

The aim of the project is to bring a development to the area that will really benefit residents and the surrounding neighborhood. 

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