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The developer that constructed an apartment building at the former Temple Beth El site wants to build a second building next door, adding 60 more apartments.By Patrick RonanThe Patriot LedgerQUINCY – The developer that constructed an apartment building at the former Temple Beth El site wants to build a second building next door, adding 60 more apartments.Boston Property Development, a Quincy company, has proposed knocking down the three two-family homes at 23 & 31 Bridge St. to make room for a new six-story building holding 60 apartments and two parking levels holding at least 90 spaces.

 

The project, which will go before the city’s zoning board of appeals next Tuesday, is proposed for the site located directly behind another Boston Property project: a new six-story, 53-unit apartment building at 999-1003 Hancock St., the former site of the Temple Beth El synagogue.

 

Both sites are located next to Furnace Brook on the northern outskirts of Quincy Center.Related content60-unit development near Adams mansion stirs controversy November 10, 2016Boston’s real estate boom spills south into Quincy June 8, 2015Quincy board approves synagogue apartment plan December 11, 2014Show more…The zoning board meeting will start at 7:15 p.m. at Old

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