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25 Amory St

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Transportation options available in Boston include Jackson Square Station, located 0.1 miles from 25 Amory. 25 Amory is near Logan International, located 7.4 miles or 15 minutes away.Residents enjoy enviable access to Franklin Park, which borders the neighborhood to the southeast; White Stadium, Franklin Park Playstead, and the trail network are just a short walk from anywhere in Egleston Square. One of the most popular attractions is the Samuel Adams brewery on the west side of the neighborhood, which is as popular with locals as it is with visitors.

Find your new apartment at 25 Amory. This property is situated in the Egleston Square area of Boston. Let the professional leasing staff show you everything this community has to offer. At 25 Amory you’ll feel right at home.
25 Amory is in Egleston Square in the city of Boston. Here you’ll find three shopping centers within 2.2 miles of the property. Five parks are within 3.3 miles, including Roxbury Heritage State Park, Lower Neponset River Trail, and Franklin Park Zoo.Be sure to stop by the Saturday farmers’ market throughout the summer… it’s the best place to find fresh groceries, food trucks, local art, and live music all in one place.

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This project is going through a zoning review with the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA). Then we’ll work with the Developer on funding, design, and compliance.
Building M, proposed by Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation, will be the fifth project to be build as part of the Jackson Square Master Plan. The project consists of 44 units of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom affordable rental housing located on 36,000 square feet of vacant land along Amory Street, located on the same site as The Community Builders project at 250 Centre Street. The project has been awarded funding by the City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development and the Neighborhood Housing Trust, as well as additional funding from the State Department of Housing and Community Development. REDFIN IS COMMITTED TO AND ABIDES BY THE FAIR HOUSING ACT AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ACT. READ REDFIN’S FAIR HOUSING POLICY AND THE NEW YORK STATE FAIR HOUSING NOTICE. Redfin does not endorse nor guarantee this information. By providing this information, Redfin and its agents are not providing advice or guidance on flood risk, flood insurance, or other climate risks. Redfin strongly recommends that consumers independently investigate the property’s climate risks to their own personal satisfaction.Climate risk data is provided for informational purposes only. If you have questions or feedback about this data, get help at and publisher David Ertischek has been a community journalist for more than 18 years. He has been the editor and reporter for local newspapers and websites. He has lived in Jamaica Plain since 2002. His favorite thing about Jamaica Plain is the Arnold Arboretum.

Dear Neighbor, If you support affordable housing and can make it to this hearing, please come and speak! JPNDC\u2019s proposed project at 25 Amory Street\u00a0will create 44 new affordable homes […]

Could you attend to the Boston Zoning Board of Appeals’ hearing on Tuesday March 14th, 10:30am at City Hall (room 801), and express your support for this project?
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