Five-story condo building on Market Street in Brighton wins zoning approval

Universal Hub | By Adamg
March 28, 2017

The Zoning Board of Appeals today approved a 29-unit condo building on Market Street at Saybrook Street.

City Realty of Brookline will tear down an existing one-story building, where Brighton’s isolation tanks used to be, for the building, which will rise from 35 feet on Saybrook to 54 feet on Market. The building, which will wrap around Brighton House of Pizza, will have 31 parking spaces.

The mayor’s office and the offices of city councilors Mark Ciommo, Annissa Essaibi-George and Michael Flaherty voiced support. Annabelle Gomes of the Brighton-Allston Improvement Association also spoke in favor, saying she was glad City Realty agreed to change its original proposal for apartments to condos.

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