Yes (though hopefully Masshole will be able to relocate across the street). Proposal is for 37 residential units, including 8 affordable, with (happily) only 12-15 parking spots underground, which would be the first in East Arlington that I know of. I've posted two images from the proposal below:The building with Masshole Donuts?
I grew up in Arlington in the '80s and never heard it referred to thus and also did hear "Irish Riviera" used for the South Shore and South Coast.My family always used "Irish Riviera" for the South Shore - Marshfield, Scituate, etc. I didn't know it also worked for Arlington at one point, that's fun.
I grew up in Arlington in the '80s and never heard it referred to thus and also did hear "Irish Riviera" used for the South Shore and South Coast.
A big plus is that it makes the corner a real corner instead of being just a building in the middle of a parking lot. The transmission place next door probably won't be around much longer and likely will go up to the sidewalk too.Thanks for posting, Brad. Broadway is in desperate need of greater density and mixed use if that major thoroughfare is ever going to be more than a fairly desolate strip. I don't expect it to be like Capital Sq. in Mass Ave (current density won't likely support that much commerce), but some nice upgrades like this development can only (hopefully) help. With that being said, I do with that the ground floor (Food Pantry) was a bit more 'open' than the current brick-to-window ratio allows. But overall, nice.