Boston Herald | By Donan Goodison
May 18, 2017
Development teams are proposing three residential projects that would add a combined 65 condos on commercial
K & K Development Inc. of Jamaica Plain has filed plans with the Boston Planning & Development Agency for a 19-unit condo building with 21 ground-floor parking spaces at 10-16 Everett St. An auto repair/service center on the 9,000-square-foot site would be demolished.
The four-floor building would have 17 market-rate and two affordable units as a mix of one- and two-bedrooms, the majority with exterior decks.
K & K’s Alex and Boris Kuritnik — who own Jamaica Plain’s Greenville Real Estate Group Inc. — hope to start construction this fall and finish it in spring 2019. The estimated project cost is $6.45 million.
Under the second proposed project, Brookline-based CRM Property Management would build 23 condos with 25 parking spaces at 114 Orleans St. at an estimated cost of about $5.55 million.