A reader tips us off that the former Jesuit Urban Center and Church of the Immaculate Conception at 775 Harrison Avenue is slated to become a 62-unit apartment complex. We've got a request for comment out to GTI Properties, which owns the site (and which gave us all the moniker "SoWa," as in South of Washington Street). No word through the Boston Redevelopment Authority, either.
The apartment complex doesn't seem that far-fetched an idea, given all the other development in that slice of the South End, including the Sepia Boston condo, the Ink Block, 600 Harrison Avenue and a goddamn Whole Foods. Still: Got further details, dear reader? Let us know through the always-discreet Curbed Boston Tipline.
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