The Boston Globe | By Tim Logan
March 4, 2017
The next phase of big development in South End is about to get underway. Boston officials gave the green light to two major complexes that would add nearly 1,000 housing units to a section of the city once dominated by light industry. One is the Harrison Albany Block, a four-building, 650-unit apartment complex that developer Leggat McCall expects to begin construction later this year. The second is a few blocks down Harrison at the site of the now-shuttered Quinzani’s Bakery, where Related Beal is planning a 14-story building with 314 apartments and condominiums.