Boston Business Journal
Boston-based Samuels & Associates, the real-estate development firm that made its name transforming much of the city’s Fenway neighborhood into a mixed-use mecca, is setting its sights on another neighborhood: Southie.
Samuels is partnering with Core Investments Inc. to develop Washington Village, a $400 million, eight-building mixed-use development near South Boston’s Andrew Square. The project will include a 656 housing units and 100,000 square feet of retail, with buildings ranging in height from three to 21 stories, on a 5-acre site bounded by Damrell Street, Old Colony Avenue and Dorchester Street.. . . more