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This project is going through a zoning review with the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA). Then we’ll work with the Developer on funding, design, and compliance.

Welcome Home, Boston Phase I - Erie/Glenway

Project Stage
Development of 2 parcels on Erie and Glenway Streets as part of Phase I of the Welcome Home, Boston homeownership development program.
Neighborhood
Project Complete Date

Housing

Homeownership New Construction
Contact Information
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Developer

African Community Economic Development of New England

Welcome Home Boston, Phase I - Norwell Street

Project Stage
Development of 3 parcels on Norwell Street as part of Phase I of the Welcome Home, Boston homeownership development program.
Neighborhood
Project Complete Date

Housing

Homeownership New Construction
Contact Information
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Developer

Dorchester Design Collaborative

Welcome Home Boston, Phase I - Harvard Street

Project Stage
Neighborhood
Project Start Date
Project Complete Date

Housing

Homeownership New Construction
Contact Information
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Developer

Boston Communities, LLC

900 Morrissey Blvd

Project Stage
The Community Builders propose to acquire and transform the Comfort Inn hotel at 900 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester into 99 units of permanent supportive housing for people exiting homelessness,...
Neighborhood
Project Start Date

Housing

Permanent Supportive Housing
Contact Information
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Developer

The Community Builders, Inc.

150 River Street

Project Stage
One vacant land parcel consisting of approximately 42,000 square feet planned for housing. DND re-released an RFP for this site in March 2018. The Planning Office of Urban Affairs and the Carribean...
Neighborhood
Project Start Date
Project Complete Date

Housing

Community Benefit
Contact Information
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Developer

Planning Office for Urban Affairs POUA

775 Huntington Ave (Ownership)

Project Stage
775 Huntington is an affordable housing real estate development project located at 761-775 Huntington Ave, Mission Hill, Boston. The applicant and developer is Roxbury Tenants of Harvard ("RTH"),...
Neighborhood
Project Complete Date

Housing

Home-Ownership
Contact Information
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Developer

Roxbury Tenants of Harvard Association, Inc.

84-88 Warren Street - Ownership

Project Stage
84 Warren Street is the result of a partnership between Madison Park Development Corporation (MPDC) and the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts (ULEM)—the latter being the current owner and...
Neighborhood
Project Complete Date

Housing

Rental New Construction
Contact Information
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Developer

Madison Park Development Corporation

Harvard | Standish

Project Stage
The development will include a total of twenty two (22) home ownership condominium units. All units will be restricted to moderate- income households making at or below 90% of the area’s median...
Neighborhood
Project Start Date
Project Complete Date

To be Decided

Contact Information
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Developer

TLee Development LLC

30 Westville St

Project Stage
2 parcels being considered for development
Neighborhood
Project Start Date

Business

Commercial
Contact Information
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Developer

LOUIS D. BROWN PEACE INSTITUTE CORPORATION, THE

Amory Street

Project Stage
City-owned, 3,138 square foot vacant land parcel at the corner of Amory Street. Parcel under consideration for disposition.
Neighborhood
Project Start Date
Contact Information
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Developer

Urban Edge Housing Corp

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