A ten-story mixed-use project is planned at 1600 Washington Avenue.
Former Ambassador Paul Cejas owns the property, along with the neighboring 420 Lincoln Road building.
The proposal includes a 10-story building with 134 1 and 2-bedroom residential units, averaging 1,110 square feet in size. There will also be 12,863 square feet of ground floor retail. Parking will be provided in an existing garage at 1601 Drexel Avenue.
Two buildings are on the 16,200 square-foot lot dating to 1953 and 1938. The Historic Preservation Board will need to approve.
The proposal was scheduled for review by the Planning Board on September 26, but will be deferred.