Boston Business Journal
Allston Yards, a 1.23 million-square-foot mixed-use development on 10.6 acres of parking lots and a Stop & Shop grocery store adjacent to the Massachusetts Turnpike, has been approved by the Boston Planning and Development Agency.
The project has been substantially revamped since its initial proposal. Quincy-based Stop & Shop Supermarket Co., whose parent company is Dutch food retailer Ahold Delhaize, initially pitched 1,010 residential units on the 10.6-acre Allston Yards site in February 2017. A year later, Stop & Shop had brought on New England Development as the project’s master developer, pitching up to 1,050 residential units and a half-acre community park, among other features.. . . more