Brookline’s Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously ruled in favor of a special permit, which would enable Pine Manor College to subdivide a portion of its Chestnut Hill Campus and allow it to be sold as a home.
Robert Allen, a Brookline Attorney represented the buyer of the 5.243-acre lot near 400 Heath Street. According to Allen, the home would be roughly 10,000 square feet
A 1,342-square-foot yoga studio near the property is also in the works. No neighbors or abutters opposed the proposal Thursday evening.
The Zoning Board unanimously approved special permits for both projects. Patriots owner Bob Kraft and his son, Jonathan Kraft, both live near the new 400 Heath St. project.
Brookline Patch reported that a deal at 400 Heath St. fell through back in December.