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Washington Village Plans to Reinvent Andrew Square

Washington Village

A huge new development for South Boston's Andrew Square has just been approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority.

Washington Village was first proposed in 2015 and hopes to redefine the surrounding area by taking over nearly five acres with new development. 

The village would be made up of nine buildings with a range of heights up to 21 stories high. They will completely replace the current auto shops and laundries that make up the space. 

The proposal includes 656 apartments and condos, over 98,000 square feet of retail, most likely including a grocery store, parking spaces and plenty of open space with newly improved streets, walkways and plazas. 

Andrew Square has been studied by the BRA for a while, with the hopes of transforming the industrial blocks for residential and commercial buildings over the next two decades. The overall projects could bring up to 8,000 new residential units to the area in total. 

If all goes to plan for Washington Village then construction is planned to be complete by 2021. 

Contact us for more information about all new developments around Boston and advice on finding your new home. 

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