The 1.52-acre lot at 886 Dahill Road was put on the market by Wydra Enterprises in July 2012 with an asking price of $33 million, Crain’s reported. Now, it looks like Wydra is developing the property itself, according to a Department of Buildings permit filed in February. The mixed-use building will be ten stories tall.
Wydra bought the site, located near McDonald Avenue, for $26 million in 2007 and won approval in 2008 to build a 171-unit project with a 228-space parking garage. The developer’s original approved plans for the project had 18 five-bedrooms, 55 four-bedrooms, 45 three-bedrooms, 39 two-bedrooms and 14 one-bedrooms, according to the (old?) Eastern Consolidated listing for the parcel.
We called Wydra and they declined to comment, but you can check out the most recent permit at the address, filed on April 25. Here’s a rendering of the original plans Wydra got approved — no word yet on whether the design will stay the same.