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    Bayside development proposals - Rendering courtesy of Ryan Senatore Architecture | of | Share this photo

    This rendering shows the east elevation of a 23-unit apartment building proposed by developer Tom Watson at 56 Parris St.

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    Bayside development proposals - Rendering by Kaplan Thompson Architects | of | Share this photo

    This rendering shows a proposed development at 56 Parris St. of 20 one-bedroom workforce condos, costing under $200,000 per unit. The developer would be Jack Soley.

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    Bayside development proposals - Rendering by Ryan Senatore Architecture | of | Share this photo

    Developer Thomas Toye is proposing affordable micro apartments at 178 Kennebec St.

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    Bayside development proposals - Rendering by Arcadia designworks | of | Share this photo

    Housing over retail or artists' space is proposed for 178 Kennebec St. by developer Ross Furman.

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    Bayside development proposals - Courtesy rendering | of | Share this photo

    A food marketplace and chef incubator proposed for 65 Hanover St., the Cushman's Bakery Building, by developer Rory Strunk, would feature an indoor/outdoor design for hosting food festivals.

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    View looking south on Hanover Street of proposed renovations to 44 Hanover St. to turn it into incubator-style workspaces for small businesses. The developer is the Pachios family.

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