GSCA votes to approve two projects

At Monday Night’s Gove Street Citizens Association (GSCA) meeting, the group voted to approve two development projects.
At the first project at 14B Geneva St., the developer proposes to erect a 34-foot four-unit condo building with four parking spaces on an empty lot. After several meetings with the GSCA and abutters, the developer has agreed to move the side set back to give a little more room between the proposed development and an existing apartment building.
Attorney for the project, Jeff Drago, said the project would add some life to a lot that has sat idle for many years.
The project is seeking variances from the Zoning Board of Appeals for Additional Lot Area; Lot Width; Floor Area Ratio; Open Space; Side Yard; Rear Yard; and Parking.
The group voted 12 to 4 in favor of the project.
The second project, again presented by Drago, seeks to change the occupancy at 198-200 Maverick St. to a four-family dwelling and add a fourth story addition.
The developer, City Realty, met with GSCA members and abutters and agreed to set back the fourth floor addition six feet from the roofline.
The project is seeking zoning relief for Use; Floor Area Ratio; Height; Side YArd; Rear Yard and Parking.
GSCA members voted 7 to 8 in favor of the Maverick Street project.

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