The Stonybrook Neighborhood Association (SNA) and the developers of 76 Stonley Road project have resolved several issues over the proposal, according to SNA member Sue Cibulsky.
The Boston Planning and Development Agency board during its Nov. 17 meeting approved the 76 Stonley Road project, but the proposal still needs to go before the City’s Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA). A ZBA hearing date has not been schedule yet.
Developers John Morrissey and Bryan Austin have a plan for a four-story, 30,720-square-foot building with 28 units and 23 below-grade parking spaces. The $9.5 million project is slated to have five affordable-housing units, which is one more than is required under the City policy.
Morrissey and Austin did not respond to a request for comment.
Cibulsky said in an email that the SNA subcommittee on 76 Stonley Road met with the developers on Nov. 30 and that several issues were resolved. They include a path through the property connecting Stonley Road to Stedman Street being added to the plans and the developers using Boston Transportation Department-approved dark lighting fixtures.
“In general, the subcommittee is satisfied with progress made since the October SNA meeting and recommends that SNA members vote on the project again at their Dec. 12 meeting,” she said.