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City Point Development, a Newton-based residential real estate development company, has proposed a 57-unit condominium project with retail on six parcels of land in Dorchester’s Lower Mills area.The project proposal comes a few days after the Boston Redevelopment Authority approved two large-scale mixed-use projects on multiple land parcels in Dorchester: the $200 million retail and residential expansion of South Bay Center and the $150 million residential and retail project on the 1200 block of Dorchester Avenue called Dot Block.City Point Development is proposing 57 units at 1120-1132 Washington St., a 48,303-square-foot site near the intersection of Washington and Richmond streets and the former Molloy funeral home. The site is located near Milton Station, which provides trolley service to the Ashmont Red Line station, and the Neponset River Reservation.The site at 1120-1132 Washington St. also contains a three-family home and two two-family homes.”The redevelopment of the site will involve replacing all the existing structures with an attractive single, four-story, mixed-use building and will add energy and vitality to the area, increase the available housing, provide employment opportunities, … add to the tax base, and improve the streetscape,” wrote John H. Rogers and Anthony L. Leccese, attorneys representing City Point Development, in their filing to the BRA. “

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