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Type: Homesite | Land
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: South Boston 
Location: 400 West Broadway
Boston , MA
Acreage: 0.22
Acreage: 0.22

400 West Broadway is a rarely available, fully approved, residential development opportunity located along the highly coveted West Broadway corridor of South Boston, Massachusetts. The project, which received its Certification of Approval from the Boston Planning and Development Agency in 2020, calls for the construction of a 5 story, 38 unit (36 residential + 2 retail) residential building, complimented by a 34 space semi-automatic parking garage in the rear of the site. When complete, 400 West Broadway will offer future residents unparalleled access to a dynamic mix of amenities and transit options, scattered throughout South Boston and the Seaport. Furthermore, the project is poised to benefit greatly from several upcoming largescale developments in the immediate area. An influx of both life science and commercial development will bring thousands of new employees and millions of square feet of development to the already bustling submarket.


The site is located at 400-408 West Broadway, between F and E Street(s).

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»»Lat: 42.3584
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