A breakdown of $950M in development approvals in BostonThe Boston Redevelopment Authority board at its August meeting late Thursday approved close to $950 million in development across South Boston and the Seaport, East Boston, Jamaica Plain and Roxbury. The nine approved projects are slated to bring 1,415 housing units online, of which 544 are to be deed-restricted at below market rates or designated affordable.Here’s a breakdown of the projects, by neighborhood:Here’s an aerial view of Washington Village, an eight-building mixed-use project proposed for South Boston.EnlargeHere’s an aerial view of Washington Village, an eight-building mixed-use project proposed… moreCourtesy Boston Redevelopment AuthoritySouth Boston Washington Village, a $400 million, eight-building project planned by Core Investments’ David Pogorelc on a 5-acre site bounded by Dorchester Street and Old Colony Avenue. The three-phase project, which the Business Journal first reported on last April, is set to bring 650 housing units online, of which 110 will be deed-restricted below market rates. The eight buildings will range in height from three to 21 stories and were designed by Prellwitz Chilinski Associates. Boston Real Estate Capital’s 55 W. Fifth St. project, which will build a five-story, 32-unit residential building at West Fifth and B streets in South Boston. Four units will be designated affordable. The South Boston Neighborhood Development Corp. and Braintree-based Caritas Communities Inc.’s $4.6 million plan to build a 16-unit workforce housing complex at 206 W. Broadway, currently two vacant city lots.