Proposal calls for a new 195 unit, 204,000 square foot residential building.
Article 80 Review Process
Why is review required?
Large Project Review (described further on pages 6-9 of A Citizen's Guide to Development Review) applies to virtually all major projects in Boston. In most locations, Large Project Review
applies to projects that add at least 50,000 sq. ft. of gross floor area. In Large Project Review, the BRA, guided by comments from the public,
examines a project's impacts on its immediate neighborhood and on the City as a whole.
Depending upon the project's
size, location and use, the review may address the project's impacts in a variety of areas, including traffic and
parking, environmental protection (wind, shadow, noise, etc.), the design character of the area, historic buildings,
and infrastructure systems (water, sewer, electricity, etc.). Depending upon the project's impacts, the BRA may
require the developer to change the project's design or to take other measures to reduce (or "mitigate") those
Please refer to the community calendar
for the most current listing of public meeting dates.
How can I find out more?
For more information or to comment on the application, contact the project manager, John Fitzgerald, at .
John Fitzgerald Boston Redevelopment Authority One City Hall Square Boston, MA 02201-1007.
If you would like to review the project application, the Boston Redevelopment Authority offices are located on the 9th floor of Boston City
Hall, One City Hall Square, and project submissions are available during regular office hours (9:30 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday,
except legal holidays).