A Dorchester-based developer wants to replace the Gulf gas station at 87-93 West Broadway—one of two remaining gas stations in South Boston—with a 98,000-square-foot project that would include 56 residences.
There would also be 5,617 square feet of ground-floor retail and 2,020 square feet of community space. And! The Oranmore Enterprises proposal also calls for 64 parking spaces.
That is 64 parking spaces for 56 units—all a short jaunt from the Red Line’s Broadway stop. Who says the one-space-for-one-unit rule of thumb is dead in Boston?