Robb Cohen Team | Engel & Völkers | Boston


MLS Number: 72291349    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Homesite | Land
Area | County: Suffolk 
Community | City: Boston 
Neighborhood: Jamaica Plain 
Location: 3371-3375 Washington St
Boston , MA
Acreage: 0.25
Acreage: 0.25

Jamaica Plain development opportunity set in prime location in close proximity to nearby Green Street T & Stony Brook T. The property consists of two parcels, totaling approx 10,900 SF with frontage on Washington St and access off Green St.The property is improved with a one-story commercial building (approx 8200 SF) that was formerly occupied by a welding shop and is currently occupied by an Auto body shop and a Restaurant who is a tenant at sufferance and can be moved out by the new owner if they wish to do so. Tremendous redevelopment potential. Clean 21 E on File. Rare opportunity for investors/developers looking for their next project! Ask about the completed JP/Rox zoning study and what type of project would fit the specifications to comply with the new zoning study.


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