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Rental Heatmap Update: 53 Apartment Projects and Counting

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Wowza! We asked for your feedback on our monumentally updated Rental Heatmap, and we got it. We have therefore updated the update from last week to include new projects in Southie and Chelsea as well as one that just broke ground at the nexus of Newton, Watertown and Waltham. If only there were a saying in real estate about location...


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1. The Ink Block

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The old Boston Herald HQ is set to become 475 one- to three-bedroom apartments, plus 80,000 square feet of retail, including a grocery store.

2. 345 Harrison Avenue

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345 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

Directly across the street from the Ink Block, this 2-acre site is slated to become a mix of apartments and retail.

3. 275 Albany Street

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275 Albany Street
Boston, MA

After several changes of plan, this project is now slated to be a 19-story building on Traveler Street with 220 residential units; and one 11-story building on East Berkeley Street with 180 residential units.

4. 1115 Washington Street

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1115 Washington Street
Boston, MA

Now occupied by a service station and a parking lot, it's supposed to become a mix of apartments and retail.

5. The Kensington

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659-665 Washington Street
Boston, MA

Following a years-long preservation fight over the Gaiety Theater it was to supplant, the $170 million, 27-story apartment tower got under way last fall and is almost done. It's apartments start at $2,910 and go all the way to more than $10,000.

6. 319 A Street Rear

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319 A Street
Boston, MA 02210

A wing of executive training program Goldman Sachs got the O.K. to build the tallest building in Southie's Fort Point Channel area: 20 stories over 257,000 square feet, with 202 units.

7. 1282 Boylston Street

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1282 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

The city O.K.'d 210 apartments, along with office and retail, at the Fenway address.

8. 120 Kingston Street

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120 Kingston Street
Boston, MA

This project will create 240 apartments and condos on the edge of Chinatown, and is set to be topped off this year.

9. Waterside Place

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Congress Street and D Street
Boston, MA

The 236-unit apartment tower, with 10,000 square feet of retail, topped off in April.

10. 45 Stuart Street

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45 Stuart Street
Boston, MA

The city approved this $125 million project in November 2012 that will create 404 studio, one- and two-bedrooms.

11. Jackson Square

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225 Centre Street
Boston, MA

This is the first and largest component of the city-backed, 14-building Jackson Square redevelopment, where JP meets Roxbury, that's been at least 10 years in the making. This largest component will have 103 rental units, including 35 affordable ones, as well as more than 16,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

12. Fenway Center

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Commonwealth Avenue and Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA

Oft-delayed but looking now more than ever like it's going to happen, this five-building, solar-powered development's first part would include 102 apartments along Brookline and a pair of apartment buildings along Beacon with 316 units total.

13. 6-26 New Street

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6-26 New Street
Boston, MA

This Eastie waterfront project will have 163 apartments, a restaurant on the ground floor, a water taxi landing and public access to the harbor (as well as 126 parking spaces). A larger version (rendered) would have put 224 units in the project, but was considered too big.

14. DeNormandie Wharf

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99-111 Sumner Street
Boston, MA

The former site of the Hodge Boiler Works is set to have 95 units. It will also have 52 parking spaces, and Zipcar plans to set up nearby.

15. 49 Melcher Street

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49 Melcher Street
Boston, MA 02210

The 23 loft-style apartments in the renovated brick-and-beam building in Fort Point are expected to be available this fall.

16. 381 Congress Street

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381 Congress Street
Boston, MA

Within the Innovation District, this mixed-use project will turn a five-story warehouse into 44 apartments with ground-floor retail. As many as 28 of its units could be innovation ones.

17. 411 D Street

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411 D Street
Boston, MA

Another Innovation District creation, this oft-delayed, two-building project is slated to include 26 innovation units in its 197 total.

18. 267 Medford Street

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267 Medford Street
Boston, MA

This Charlestown project has been 17 years in the making due to legal disputes and recessions. It is supposed to have 124 loft-style apartments averaging 800 square feet in size and renting for between $1,800 to $1,900 a month.

19. The Arlington

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100 Arlington Street
Boston, MA

This 128-unit redevelopment of an old charter-school building is brought to you by the same folks who built the luxury condo, The Clarendon.

20. 2 H Street

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2 H Street
Boston, MA

This project faced vociferous local opposition because most of its apartments were small (read: not for families, but hard-partying singletons). That changed in the final plans announced in July 2012: 10 of the 127 apartments will be three-bedrooms.

21. The Edge

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60-66 Brainerd Road
Boston, MA

The 79-unit, four-story building started leasing in April for move-ins this summer. Studios and 1-BRs in the latest addition to Allston's Green District start at $2,000 a month; 2-BRs with one bath start at $2,600; and 2-BRs, 2-BAs at $3,000.

22. Portside at Pier One

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Lewis Street and Marginal Street
Boston, MA

The first component of what will be a 13-acre waterfront development in Eastie got under way in January. It will have 176 apartments.

23. 11 West Broadway

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11 West Broadway
Boston, MA

Never mind the 50 apartments (all of them one- and two-bedrooms). This planned project is most famous (or infamous) for hosting the first Starbucks in Southie (at least, the first not on the waterfront). To everything turn, turn, turn...

24. Nashua Street Residences

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121 Nashua Street
Boston, MA

Plans for this tower by TD Garden have grown from a relatively modest 375 apartments to 500. Interestingly enough, the 32-story building will not actually get any bigger: the apartments, instead, will get smaller (and there will be less parking).

25. 399 Chestnut Hill Avenue

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399 Chestnut Hill Avenue
Boston, MA

This new building is supposed to consume the old Circle Cinema and an Applebee's on the Brookline-Boston border. It's due to have 82 apartments and dozens more hotel rooms.

26. 1085 Boylston Street

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1085 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

This new building in the Fenway would not only have 30 apartments (all one-bedrooms) and underground parking, but a green roof accessible to tenants. Moreover! The developer wants to use the revenue from the building to fund its charity work.

27. The Residences at Alewife

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Concord Turnpike
North Cambridge, MA

The 227-unit building will be move-in ready by October, and replaces the old Faces nightclub.

28. The Residences at 160 Cambridgepark Drive

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160 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

Construction's started in December on the 398 apartments at this 4-acre site.

29. The Atmark

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70 Fawcett Street
Cambridge, MA

Construction's already under way on the first 260 of the 428 apartments planned for this 4.5-acre site in North Cambridge. Techies are being openly targeted by the developer.

30. 165 Cambridgepark Drive

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165 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

The 227 units are slated to include nine three-bedrooms, 74 two-bedrooms, 117 one-bedrooms and 44 studios.

31. Parcel 39A

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45 First Avenue
Boston, MA

Plans call for the apartments in this 54-unit building in the Charlestown Navy Yard to be a mix of one-bedrooms and studios.

32. Old Gate of Heaven Gym

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615 East Fourth Street
Boston, MA

The gym of this old Catholic Church in Southie is slated to become 24 apartments, including 10 bi-level ones on the upper floors.

33. Columbia Point

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45 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA

This two-building, 278-unit project is a big part of the city and private sector's efforts to rejuvenate this part of Dorchester. The project will be a mixture of studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms, with rents running to $2,400.

34. 319 A Street

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319 A Street
Boston, MA 02210

The proposal for 319 A Street (not to be confused with 319 A Street Rear, another new project) is slated to have 18 three- and two-bedrooms.

35. Factory 63

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63 Melcher Street
Boston, MA 02210

Twenty-seven of the 38 apartments slated for this converted shoe factory in Fort Point are to be innovation units.

36. Old Gate of Heaven Elementary School

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609 East 4th Street
Boston, MA 02127

Shuttered by the Boston archdiocese in 2009, a developer has plans to build 39 apartments and a new rooftop garden.

37. NorthPoint

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Glassworks Avenue & Leighton Street
Cambridge, MA 02141

The 20-story, 355-unit tower broke ground in late May, and will include a 17,000-square-foot elevated park. It is the first rental tower to go up in the planned NorthPoint mega-development.

38. Parcels 12 and 15

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Massachusetts Avenue & Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115

Admittedly, it's not yet clear what the 211 residences slated for this big mixed-use development over the Mass. Pike-Boylston intersection will be, condos or rentals. But it looks like rentals.

39. Lovejoy Wharf

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131 Beverly Street
Boston, MA 02114

The city O.K.'d this residential component of Lovejoy Wharf in December. It's to be a 14-story building with about 100 apartments.

40. 1047 Commonwealth Avenue

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1047 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

The developer wants to build 220 single-room-occupancy units, some of which would be targeted at young professionals.

41. Residences at 399 Congress Street

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399 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210

The 22-story complex with 414 apartments on the so-called "sausage parcel" would include as many as 60 innovation units.

42. 37 North Beacon Street

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37 North Beacon Street
Allston, MA 02134

Originally slated to be Boston's first-ever car-less apartment building, the five-story complex will, in fact, have 35 parking spaces for its 41 apartments; that is, if it ever gets built as there is a dispute as to who actually owns the site.

43. Ropewalk Building

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Chelsea Street & Warren Street
Boston, MA 02129

A developer wants to turn the old quarter-mile-long rope-making factory near the Tobin Bridge into 68 townhouse-style apartments, but faces high costs due to the site's physical decay and historic nature.

44. Barry's Corner

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Western Avenue & North Harvard Street
Boston, MA 02134

Two buildings between six and nine stories are due to include 325 apartments as well as 45,000 square feet of retail.

45. Pier 4

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Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210

The 21-story tower broke ground in November 2012, and is due to include 369 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units as well as 258 underground parking spaces.

46. Olmsted Place

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161 South Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02130

The controversial replacement of the Home for Little Wanderers got its final O.K. from the city in November 2012. It's slated to have 196 apartments.

47. Government Center

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50 New Sudbury Street
Boston, MA 02108

The 771 residences in this six-building mega-project announced in June would include apartments.

48. Gatehouse 75

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75 West School Street
Boston, MA 02129

Rents in the 99-unit complex start at $2,575 for one-bedrooms and at $3,225 for two-bedrooms. Move-ins can begin Sept. 1.

49. Wyeth Cambridge

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120 Rindge Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02140

The most expensive listing in this under-construction, 63-unit complex, a two-bedroom with flex space, recently rented for $4,950. One-bedrooms start at more than $3,000.

50. Chelsea Flats

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44 Gerrish Avenue
Chelsea, MA 02150

These 96 apartments will be modular units spread across two under-construction buildings on a 2-acre site.

51. One North of Boston

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Heard Street
Chelsea, MA 02150

From the people who brought you Maxwell's Green in Somerville comes One North of Boston, a collection in Chelsea that broke ground in December 2012. It will include 48 studios, 123 one-bedrooms and 59 two-bedrooms.

52. West Square

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320 D Street
Boston, MA 02127

These 225 apartments in the four-story complex are expected to come online before the end of the year.

53. 36 River

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36 River Street
Waltham, MA 02453

The 200-unit,four-story project broke ground just last week. It sits at the nexus of Newton, Waltham and Watertown.

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1. The Ink Block

Harrison Avenue and Herald Street

The old Boston Herald HQ is set to become 475 one- to three-bedroom apartments, plus 80,000 square feet of retail, including a grocery store.

2. 345 Harrison Avenue

345 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA

Directly across the street from the Ink Block, this 2-acre site is slated to become a mix of apartments and retail.

345 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

3. 275 Albany Street

275 Albany Street, Boston, MA

After several changes of plan, this project is now slated to be a 19-story building on Traveler Street with 220 residential units; and one 11-story building on East Berkeley Street with 180 residential units.

275 Albany Street
Boston, MA

4. 1115 Washington Street

1115 Washington Street, Boston, MA

Now occupied by a service station and a parking lot, it's supposed to become a mix of apartments and retail.

1115 Washington Street
Boston, MA

5. The Kensington

659-665 Washington Street, Boston, MA

Following a years-long preservation fight over the Gaiety Theater it was to supplant, the $170 million, 27-story apartment tower got under way last fall and is almost done. It's apartments start at $2,910 and go all the way to more than $10,000.

659-665 Washington Street
Boston, MA

6. 319 A Street Rear

319 A Street, Boston, MA 02210

A wing of executive training program Goldman Sachs got the O.K. to build the tallest building in Southie's Fort Point Channel area: 20 stories over 257,000 square feet, with 202 units.

319 A Street
Boston, MA 02210

7. 1282 Boylston Street

1282 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

The city O.K.'d 210 apartments, along with office and retail, at the Fenway address.

1282 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

8. 120 Kingston Street

120 Kingston Street, Boston, MA

This project will create 240 apartments and condos on the edge of Chinatown, and is set to be topped off this year.

120 Kingston Street
Boston, MA

9. Waterside Place

Congress Street and D Street, Boston, MA

The 236-unit apartment tower, with 10,000 square feet of retail, topped off in April.

Congress Street and D Street
Boston, MA

10. 45 Stuart Street

45 Stuart Street, Boston, MA

The city approved this $125 million project in November 2012 that will create 404 studio, one- and two-bedrooms.

45 Stuart Street
Boston, MA

11. Jackson Square

225 Centre Street, Boston, MA

This is the first and largest component of the city-backed, 14-building Jackson Square redevelopment, where JP meets Roxbury, that's been at least 10 years in the making. This largest component will have 103 rental units, including 35 affordable ones, as well as more than 16,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

225 Centre Street
Boston, MA

12. Fenway Center

Commonwealth Avenue and Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA

Oft-delayed but looking now more than ever like it's going to happen, this five-building, solar-powered development's first part would include 102 apartments along Brookline and a pair of apartment buildings along Beacon with 316 units total.

Commonwealth Avenue and Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA

13. 6-26 New Street

6-26 New Street, Boston, MA

This Eastie waterfront project will have 163 apartments, a restaurant on the ground floor, a water taxi landing and public access to the harbor (as well as 126 parking spaces). A larger version (rendered) would have put 224 units in the project, but was considered too big.

6-26 New Street
Boston, MA

14. DeNormandie Wharf

99-111 Sumner Street, Boston, MA

The former site of the Hodge Boiler Works is set to have 95 units. It will also have 52 parking spaces, and Zipcar plans to set up nearby.

99-111 Sumner Street
Boston, MA

15. 49 Melcher Street

49 Melcher Street, Boston, MA 02210

The 23 loft-style apartments in the renovated brick-and-beam building in Fort Point are expected to be available this fall.

49 Melcher Street
Boston, MA 02210

16. 381 Congress Street

381 Congress Street, Boston, MA

Within the Innovation District, this mixed-use project will turn a five-story warehouse into 44 apartments with ground-floor retail. As many as 28 of its units could be innovation ones.

381 Congress Street
Boston, MA

17. 411 D Street

411 D Street, Boston, MA

Another Innovation District creation, this oft-delayed, two-building project is slated to include 26 innovation units in its 197 total.

411 D Street
Boston, MA

18. 267 Medford Street

267 Medford Street, Boston, MA

This Charlestown project has been 17 years in the making due to legal disputes and recessions. It is supposed to have 124 loft-style apartments averaging 800 square feet in size and renting for between $1,800 to $1,900 a month.

267 Medford Street
Boston, MA

19. The Arlington

100 Arlington Street, Boston, MA

This 128-unit redevelopment of an old charter-school building is brought to you by the same folks who built the luxury condo, The Clarendon.

100 Arlington Street
Boston, MA

20. 2 H Street

2 H Street, Boston, MA

This project faced vociferous local opposition because most of its apartments were small (read: not for families, but hard-partying singletons). That changed in the final plans announced in July 2012: 10 of the 127 apartments will be three-bedrooms.

2 H Street
Boston, MA

21. The Edge

60-66 Brainerd Road, Boston, MA

The 79-unit, four-story building started leasing in April for move-ins this summer. Studios and 1-BRs in the latest addition to Allston's Green District start at $2,000 a month; 2-BRs with one bath start at $2,600; and 2-BRs, 2-BAs at $3,000.

60-66 Brainerd Road
Boston, MA

22. Portside at Pier One

Lewis Street and Marginal Street, Boston, MA

The first component of what will be a 13-acre waterfront development in Eastie got under way in January. It will have 176 apartments.

Lewis Street and Marginal Street
Boston, MA

23. 11 West Broadway

11 West Broadway, Boston, MA

Never mind the 50 apartments (all of them one- and two-bedrooms). This planned project is most famous (or infamous) for hosting the first Starbucks in Southie (at least, the first not on the waterfront). To everything turn, turn, turn...

11 West Broadway
Boston, MA

24. Nashua Street Residences

121 Nashua Street, Boston, MA

Plans for this tower by TD Garden have grown from a relatively modest 375 apartments to 500. Interestingly enough, the 32-story building will not actually get any bigger: the apartments, instead, will get smaller (and there will be less parking).

121 Nashua Street
Boston, MA

25. 399 Chestnut Hill Avenue

399 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Boston, MA

This new building is supposed to consume the old Circle Cinema and an Applebee's on the Brookline-Boston border. It's due to have 82 apartments and dozens more hotel rooms.

399 Chestnut Hill Avenue
Boston, MA

26. 1085 Boylston Street

1085 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

This new building in the Fenway would not only have 30 apartments (all one-bedrooms) and underground parking, but a green roof accessible to tenants. Moreover! The developer wants to use the revenue from the building to fund its charity work.

1085 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

27. The Residences at Alewife

Concord Turnpike, North Cambridge, MA

The 227-unit building will be move-in ready by October, and replaces the old Faces nightclub.

Concord Turnpike
North Cambridge, MA

28. The Residences at 160 Cambridgepark Drive

160 Cambridgepark Drive, Cambridge, MA

Construction's started in December on the 398 apartments at this 4-acre site.

160 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

29. The Atmark

70 Fawcett Street, Cambridge, MA

Construction's already under way on the first 260 of the 428 apartments planned for this 4.5-acre site in North Cambridge. Techies are being openly targeted by the developer.

70 Fawcett Street
Cambridge, MA

30. 165 Cambridgepark Drive

165 Cambridgepark Drive, Cambridge, MA

The 227 units are slated to include nine three-bedrooms, 74 two-bedrooms, 117 one-bedrooms and 44 studios.

165 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge, MA

31. Parcel 39A

45 First Avenue, Boston, MA

Plans call for the apartments in this 54-unit building in the Charlestown Navy Yard to be a mix of one-bedrooms and studios.

45 First Avenue
Boston, MA

32. Old Gate of Heaven Gym

615 East Fourth Street, Boston, MA

The gym of this old Catholic Church in Southie is slated to become 24 apartments, including 10 bi-level ones on the upper floors.

615 East Fourth Street
Boston, MA

33. Columbia Point

45 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA

This two-building, 278-unit project is a big part of the city and private sector's efforts to rejuvenate this part of Dorchester. The project will be a mixture of studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms, with rents running to $2,400.

45 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA

34. 319 A Street

319 A Street, Boston, MA 02210

The proposal for 319 A Street (not to be confused with 319 A Street Rear, another new project) is slated to have 18 three- and two-bedrooms.

319 A Street
Boston, MA 02210

35. Factory 63

63 Melcher Street, Boston, MA 02210

Twenty-seven of the 38 apartments slated for this converted shoe factory in Fort Point are to be innovation units.

63 Melcher Street
Boston, MA 02210

36. Old Gate of Heaven Elementary School

609 East 4th Street, Boston, MA 02127

Shuttered by the Boston archdiocese in 2009, a developer has plans to build 39 apartments and a new rooftop garden.

609 East 4th Street
Boston, MA 02127

37. NorthPoint

Glassworks Avenue & Leighton Street, Cambridge, MA 02141

The 20-story, 355-unit tower broke ground in late May, and will include a 17,000-square-foot elevated park. It is the first rental tower to go up in the planned NorthPoint mega-development.

Glassworks Avenue & Leighton Street
Cambridge, MA 02141

38. Parcels 12 and 15

Massachusetts Avenue & Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115

Admittedly, it's not yet clear what the 211 residences slated for this big mixed-use development over the Mass. Pike-Boylston intersection will be, condos or rentals. But it looks like rentals.

Massachusetts Avenue & Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115

39. Lovejoy Wharf

131 Beverly Street, Boston, MA 02114

The city O.K.'d this residential component of Lovejoy Wharf in December. It's to be a 14-story building with about 100 apartments.

131 Beverly Street
Boston, MA 02114

40. 1047 Commonwealth Avenue

1047 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215

The developer wants to build 220 single-room-occupancy units, some of which would be targeted at young professionals.

1047 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

41. Residences at 399 Congress Street

399 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210

The 22-story complex with 414 apartments on the so-called "sausage parcel" would include as many as 60 innovation units.

399 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210

42. 37 North Beacon Street

37 North Beacon Street, Allston, MA 02134

Originally slated to be Boston's first-ever car-less apartment building, the five-story complex will, in fact, have 35 parking spaces for its 41 apartments; that is, if it ever gets built as there is a dispute as to who actually owns the site.

37 North Beacon Street
Allston, MA 02134

43. Ropewalk Building

Chelsea Street & Warren Street, Boston, MA 02129

A developer wants to turn the old quarter-mile-long rope-making factory near the Tobin Bridge into 68 townhouse-style apartments, but faces high costs due to the site's physical decay and historic nature.

Chelsea Street & Warren Street
Boston, MA 02129

44. Barry's Corner

Western Avenue & North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02134

Two buildings between six and nine stories are due to include 325 apartments as well as 45,000 square feet of retail.

Western Avenue & North Harvard Street
Boston, MA 02134

45. Pier 4

Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210

The 21-story tower broke ground in November 2012, and is due to include 369 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units as well as 258 underground parking spaces.

Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210

46. Olmsted Place

161 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

The controversial replacement of the Home for Little Wanderers got its final O.K. from the city in November 2012. It's slated to have 196 apartments.

161 South Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02130

47. Government Center

50 New Sudbury Street, Boston, MA 02108

The 771 residences in this six-building mega-project announced in June would include apartments.

50 New Sudbury Street
Boston, MA 02108

48. Gatehouse 75

75 West School Street, Boston, MA 02129

Rents in the 99-unit complex start at $2,575 for one-bedrooms and at $3,225 for two-bedrooms. Move-ins can begin Sept. 1.

75 West School Street
Boston, MA 02129

49. Wyeth Cambridge

120 Rindge Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140

The most expensive listing in this under-construction, 63-unit complex, a two-bedroom with flex space, recently rented for $4,950. One-bedrooms start at more than $3,000.

120 Rindge Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02140

50. Chelsea Flats

44 Gerrish Avenue, Chelsea, MA 02150

These 96 apartments will be modular units spread across two under-construction buildings on a 2-acre site.

44 Gerrish Avenue
Chelsea, MA 02150

51. One North of Boston

Heard Street, Chelsea, MA 02150

From the people who brought you Maxwell's Green in Somerville comes One North of Boston, a collection in Chelsea that broke ground in December 2012. It will include 48 studios, 123 one-bedrooms and 59 two-bedrooms.

Heard Street
Chelsea, MA 02150

52. West Square

320 D Street, Boston, MA 02127

These 225 apartments in the four-story complex are expected to come online before the end of the year.

320 D Street
Boston, MA 02127

53. 36 River

36 River Street, Waltham, MA 02453

The 200-unit,four-story project broke ground just last week. It sits at the nexus of Newton, Waltham and Watertown.

36 River Street
Waltham, MA 02453