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The Dorchester Coming to Dorchester, Bringing Apartments

The mighty, mighty Boston Redevelopment Authority just O.K.'d the redevelopment of a former party-supply store at 367 Neponset Avenue in Dorchester into a restaurant and residences.

The 5,500-square-foot restaurant will be called The Dorchester and will serve American fare for lunch and dinner. Co-owners Paul Adamson and Carolyn Conway, who also run a pub in South Boston, told the Reporter earlier this year they wanted to open in Dot because the neighborhood is "starting to really come into its own." Their plans also include 22 apartments spread over 26,000 square feet. There will be 33 parking spaces. Reasonable enough. More details as they become available, including rents and whether the apartments, too, will be called the Dorchester.
· South Boston Pub Owners Plan Neponset Avenue Restaurant [Reporter]
· Savin Hill Condos Across From T Nixed Over Lack of Parking [Curbed Boston]