Construction on the new development at the corner of Washington Street and Worcester Square, the former Hite TV and Radio building, is "ahead of schedule," according to the site's developer.
New Boston Ventures, which bought the property in early 2012, said the new Zero Worcester Square condominium building was scheduled to be finished in the summer of 2013, but may be done earlier.
The six story, 10,000 square foot development will house nine units, with two at the garden level, one duplex unit, four one-bedroom units, and two penthouse units, Boston Ventures prinicipal David Goldman said. Behind the main building will be a separate townhouse.
"Construction is ahead of schedule and already six of the nine condominiums are sold," Goldman said. "Steel is being installed right now."
One of the building's remaining condos is listed for $695k for a 1,100 square foot, two bedroom, one and a half bath duplex. "The living/dining/kitchen is only ten steps up from the sidewalk, and the two bedrooms are below," the listing reads.
Construction on the property began in August. The large Hite Radio and TV sign was donated to the South End Historical Society.