Condos proposed for vacant lot in Uphams Corner

Architect's rendering

Architect's rendering of proposed 706 Dudley St.

A developer has filed plans with the BPDA for a five-story, 26-unit building on what is now a vacant lot at Dudley and Humphreys streets in Uphams Corner.

The proposal by Greg McCarthy of Charlestown calls for 25 two-bedroom condos and a single one-bedroom unit.

McCarthy has proposed 26 parking spaces in an underground garage and enough storage space for 26 bicycles.

About three of the units will be sold as affordable - which means buyers cannot make more than certain city limits, and will have deed restrictions keeping them that way for at least 30 years.

Ground-floor retail space is also part of the proposal.

In addition to the BPDA, the Zoning Board of Appeal will also have to approve the project.

706 Dudley St. small-project review application (1.9M PDF).