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Developing Charlesview’s New Residences

The 213-unit Charlesview apartments at 51 Stadium Way in Boston’s Allston neighborhood are slated for demolition next year. That’s because a development team of The Community Builders and Charlesview Inc., an interdenominational nonprofit comprised of local religious leaders that operate the apartments, have started construction up the road at the old Brighton Mills strip mall along Western Avenue on 240 rental units and 100 units that will be owned by residents to replace the current apartments. Each and every resident will be relocated to the new apartments, to be called the Charlesview Residences once they are finished, likely in mid-2014.

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