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South End Church Conversion with Eight-Floor Addition a Go

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The Boston Redevelopment Authority on Thursday evening signed off on the redevelopment of the old Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory at 136 Shawmut Avenue in the busy, busy South End.

New Boston Ventures, the same folks behind 110 Broad Street off the Greenway, now plans to build at least 33 condos with a 28-car, stacked-system garage below. An eight-story addition would also shoot through the roof of the former church, which dates from 1877, to accommodate the conversion. Neat, huh?
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