Chevron Partners to Redevelop Boston Property into Multifamily Residence

The property, which was built in 1880, will be redeveloped into five residences known as Maison Commonwealth.

BOSTON — Chevron Partners, a privately-held real estate firm, has acquired 260-262 Commonwealth Ave. in Boston from Commonwealth Realty Trust for $14 million. The 1880-built brownstone will be redeveloped into five apartments, which will be known as Maison Commonwealth. The property, currently a dorm for Bay State College students, includes on-site parking for each residence and is a joint venture between developers Fulton and Marcel Safar. Chevron Partners’ first residential property, Maison Vernon, is located at 41 Mount Vernon St. in Beacon Hill. The renovation is scheduled for completion in late spring 2019.

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