The developers of a proposed project that would turn the building at 101-103 Morse St. into an apartment building will host a community meeting on the Southside property.
The meeting will be held at the property on Morse Street on Monday, June 24 at 7 p.m. on the site of the building, 103 Morse St. in Watertown.
This is not the first proposals to convert building into residential units. The site is off Watertown Street on Morse Street, and most recently was home to Cortiva Institute massage school. The property has been sold, and a new project has been planned.
The purpose of the meeting is to meet the new owner and developer of the property, as well as to view and provide feedback for the new proposed residential conversion plans.
The plan calls for creating 37 residential units, including three studios, nine one-bedroom units, 24 two-bedroom units and one three-bedroom unit. The project includes one more unit than the previous proposal, which will be designated as affordable housing.
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