South Boston conveyor-belt company could be replaced by, of course, a residential building


Universal Hub | By Adamg
April 28, 2017

A company that has sold conveyor belts and motors at 20 West 5 St. since 1970 has reached a deal to move out so a developer can build 54 residential units.

In a “letter of intent” filed with the BPDA yesterday, developer Timothy Russell says he would provide 41 parking spaces in a ground-level garage, in an area served by the 47, 9 and 11 buses and the nearby Broadway Red Line station.

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