Last spring, developers presented plans to the SOSNA Zoning Committee to partially demolish two homes on the 2100 block of Saint Albans Street which had previously been rental units. After a little back and forth, they received zoning approval and recently began construction at the site. Currently, 2109-11 Saint Albans St. have had their facades torn off, and have been framed out to the first story.
In the past
In the future. Rendering from Harman Deutsch?
The homes are currently listed for sale for just under $600K, which seems perhaps a little on the high side, if you ask us. On the other hand, with a rear parking spot in a neighborhood where parking has increasingly become more and more difficult in recent years, it’s not out of the question that someone will pay close to that price.
Meanwhile, less than a block away, a project we told you about over the summer has progressed considerably. At that time, Lily Development LP was tearing down 2026-28 Saint Albans St., with only a few walls left to demolish. In the intervening months, the homes have been framed out, facades are up, and interior finish work has progressed. Like the homes a block away, these homes are listed just under $600K. One of the homes is under contract, but we won’t know the sale price until it actually sells.
In the past
Current shot. Coming along.
You’d have to think that if the builders on the 2000 block are able to get something close to their asking price, it would bode very well for the builders on the 2100 block. We’ll keep an eye on these developments, and see what happens…