It’s unclear whether the units in the building will be apartments or condos, though it is clear that there will 18 of them. Four will be studios, 11 will be one-bedrooms, two will be two-bedrooms, and one will be a three-bedroom running to 1,920 square feet.
The building is also due to have parking for eight cars and eight bikes; and a 510-square-foot commercial space.
Interestingly, the project marks yet another auto-repair lot along Border Street claimed for residential development. Per Universal Hub’s Adam Gaffin, there’s another 16-unit building slated for 425 Border; and a 64-unit condo building has the requisite approvals to go up at 301 Border.