After years of nothing doing, the giant pit at 388 Bridge Street in Downtown may soon have something to show for itself. Construction equipment appeared at the site and the construction fence has been extended onto Bridge and Lawrence streets. DOB last approved building permits earlier this month. A restart would make sense considering developers announced construction would begin early this year. So what’s in store? A 53-story condo-rental hybrid with affordable and market-rate units, 234 apartments and 144 condos in all. Construction was initially held up due to a lawsuit concerning a brownfield investigation back in 2009.
Details on Downtown’s Coming Towers [Brownstoner]
Construction Starting Next Year on 2 Downtown High-Rises [Brownstoner]
Stirrings at 384-388 Bridge? [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: Still Frozen at 388 Bridge Street [Brownstoner]
Brownfield Investigation Begins at 388 Bridge Street [Brownstoner]
Contamination Found at 384 Bridge Street, Lawsuit Filed [Brownstoner]
A Wrench in 388 Bridge Street’s Plans? [Brownstoner] GMAP
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