Plans are being pitched to replace a Brighton hotel with 178 mostly studio and one-bedroom condominiums and apartments.
Boston-based 1650 Commonwealth Investor LLC wants to erect a residential building at 40 Mount Hood Road, currently the site of the 74-room Hotel Boston operated by Linchris Hotel Corp. of Hanover.
The proposal includes 114 condos and 64 apartments — 13 percent of which would be set aside as affordable — just more than a half-acre of “usable” open space and roughly 142 off-street parking spots, according to a letter of intent submitted to the Boston Planning & Development Agency.
The development team, which could not be reached for comment, is led by John Matteson of Boston-based real estate investment and development firm Matteson Cos.; Steven Goodman, founding partner at GFI Partners, a Boston real estate advisory company; and Willie Guo. It purchased the property in a $15.25 million deal in January, according to Suffolk County Registry of Deeds records.
The portion of the new residential building that would be closer to Commonwealth Avenue, with frontage on Mount Hood Road, would rise to seven stories, while the portion along Egremont Road would be five stories.
The site includes three parcels totaling about 1.7 acres. The hotel’s three buildings, constructed in 1953 and 1963, would be demolished.
The project would require zoning variances for the minimum lot area per dwelling unit, floor area ratio, building height, usable open space and minimum front yard depth.