A developer plans to turn 3383-3389 Washington St. into a mixed-use development that has 21 residential units and more than 2,000 square feet of retail space, according to a Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) document.
The BRA was scheduled to hold a community meeting for the project on Dec. 4, after the Gazette deadline.
The site, which covers three parcels, is currently vacant. It includes the former Royal Fried Chicken restaurant, a long-shuttered nightclub and a parking lot. Family Dollar, a national discount-goods chain, attempted to open a store at the site two years ago before encountering community opposition.
The site still has the same developer, Peter McLoughlin. He proposes to construct a four-floor, 27,633-square-foot building with ground-floor retail space and 21 residential units above, including four affordable units.
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