The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council voted unanimously (9-0 vote) on November 15, 2012 to support zoning relief at 5 Tileston Place. The property is within 100 feet of the Paul Revere Mall and therefore needs approval by the Boston Parks & Recreation Department.
Nigel Jacobs is the new owner of the property and is planning to add third floor living space for use as a bedroom and bathroom as well as extend a stair to allow access to a new roof deck. NEWRA also previously supported this application.
The video shows the presentation from the applicant’s architect, public discussion and the NEWNC vote.
2 Replies to “5 Tileston Place Receives Support from Neighborhood Council for 3rd Floor and Roof Deck Zoning Relief”
So Pulcinella gets shot down for a second floor and this guy gets approved for a third floor and a roof deck?
I don’t get it. Wasn’t one of the abutter’s problems w/ the Salem St address was she was afraid a roof deck was going to be constructed?
Let’s see, a young family looking to add a bedroom to raise a child in the neighborhood (the roof deck was already there) vs more restaruant seats in a place with 100 others serving the same old thing bringing more noise congestion, traffic and probably a loud rood deck
i know what i would choose as a neighbor
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