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Brighton apartment complex would replace gas station, parking lot

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115 units

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A Boston-based firm wants to replace a gas station, offices, and a 120-spot parking lot at Washington Street and Corey Road in Brighton with a 115-unit apartment complex with retail space.

The apartments would run from studios to three-bedrooms under plans that KIG Real Estate Advisors filed with the city. Fifteen of the apartments would be restricted to households making no more than 70 percent of the area’s median income.

The proposal for 3 and 5 Washington streets, 165-167 Corey Road, and 43 and 51 Bartlett Crescent just over the city line in Brookline also includes plans for a 104-space, two-level garage and storage for 115 bikes.

Interestingly, the would-be developer wants to set aside about 1,000 square feet of the building’s anticipated 12,500 square feet of ground-floor retail for a local business, per the Herald’s Donna Goodison. That local vendor would be charged below-market-rate rent. Stay tuned.