The Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corp. last week filed plans for new apartments in buildings on Spencer Street and New England Avenue.
At 151 Spencer St., at Talbot Avenue, the non-profit would replace a former auto-repair building and parking lots on two city-owned lots with a four-story building with 19 apartments - seven with one bedroom each, eight with two bedrooms and four with three bedrooms. All would be rented to people making no more than 60% of the Boston area median income.
The building would have eight parking spaces; the site is within a five-minute walk to the Talbot Avenue stop on the Fairmount Line and several bus lines.
25 New England Ave. rendering:
At 25 New England Ave., off Talbot Avenue, Codman Square is proposing a four-story building with 23 apartments, also to be rented to people making no more than 60% of the Boston area median income. The building would have five three-bedroom units, with the rest split between one and two bedrooms, across the street from the 40-unit complex the group is now building.
The building, next to the Fairmount Line and a block from the Talbot Avenue station, would have 12 parking spaces.