BROOKLINE—The affordable-housing unit at 45 Marion Street is back, but with some changes: "Their proposal calls for six floors, 65 rental units and 21 parking spaces. ... Further, this revised proposal calls for almost all one-bedroom apartments, with only about five two-bedrooms. The 2003 proposal asked for a number of two- and three-bedroom units, and was mostly designed as owner-occupied living spaces." [Tab]
ROXBURY—It's a preview of what might come to the redone Ferdinand Building in Dudley Square: "An experiment is underway at Boston's City Hall. Watertown-based design firm Sasaki Associates Inc. has converted Suite 709 into a collaborative workspace for employees of Boston's Environment Department."
BOSTON—Here's a way to expand Silver Lin service further: "Following the SL4 example of doing more with less, I now propose adding additional buses to the SL4 line that would continue past South Station toward three distinct destinations. First destination: the Convention Center and Convention Center hotel." [Commonwealth]