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Lower Mills development would add 57 homes near Milton T stop

Could be condos or apartments

Newton-based City Point Development wants to redevelop a 1-acre site at 1120-1132 Washington Street in Dorchester’s Lower Mills area into a 57-unit residential complex.

It would be either condos or apartments, depending on financing and the market. Right now, it’s condos (and we’re wagering it will stay that way).

The four-story project, with one- to three-bedroom units, would replace three residential buildings, a shuttered funeral parlor, and a vacant lot; and would be about a 10-minute stroll from the Red Line’s Milton stop.

The complex would come with indoor bike storage, 86 parking spaces for residents (and eight more for 3,600 square feet of ground-floor commercial space), and a playground.

Things are preliminary right now—City Point just filed plans with the city—so stay tuned.