12/13/2012 05:10:00 PM

New Development Planned for Roslindale

After over 40 years of being vacant, it seems that the power substation in Roslindale Square (once used to charge trolley cars) will be soon be converted into a complex that houses apartments, restaurants and a produce market. The Boston Globe reports that the details of the 1911 original building will be restored, with a restaurant, cafe and market located in the building, and a cluster of 40 apartments in the space next door. The 5.2 million dollar project will begin construction next fall, which means there's still time to weigh in on what should go in the space. Come January, the president of Roslindale Village Main Street, Steven Gag, will host a community meeting to hear suggestions - so start brainstorming now.

1 comment :

  1. My heart is just taken away by this beautiful sight. I'm currently looking at apartments in hattiesburg. Perhaps I'll check out homes here too.