A proposal for two buildings containing 20 residential units and more than 5,000 square feet of commercial space at 3371-3375 Washington St. and 197 Green St. is still “in the process,” according to the developer Walter Craven.
The proposal has drawn concern from neighbors.
The project was scheduled to go before the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) in September, but was delayed until December to allow the proposal to undergo a Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) review. But BRA spokesperson Melina Schuler said Craven has not filed the project with the agency.
Craven said he was “busy, busy, busy” and referred all other questions to his attorney, who he did not name, but said he would have call the Gazette. The attorney did not respond by the Gazette deadline.
The proposal calls for two buildings at 3371-3375 Washington St. and 197 Green St. Each building would have commercial space in the first floor with three floors of residential units above. The project would have 32 parking spaces, including a 17-space lot and a 15-space garage.