|A present-day view of a former scrap yard in the Bayside neighborhood. This lot and may someday be occupied by part of the proposed Midtown development (roughly 675 market-rate apartments, 90,000 square feet of retail space, and garage parking). For now, the empty lots are home to some resilient species of urban weeds. |
Edit - Right after I posted this I saw this news that new renderings for "phase one" of the development have been submitted to the city's Planning Board. I look forward to seeing the project continue to come together.