The BPDA is hosting a virtual public meeting for the Drexel Village project, located in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. The purpose of the meeting is to provide an overview of the proposed project and discuss potential impacts and mitigation. The meeting will include a presentation followed by questions and comments from the public.
The approximately 300,000 gross square foot mixed-use project will establish a prominent gateway at the Melnea Cass and Tremont Street corridor and will offer a three-building complex that includes the renovation of the St. Katherine Drexel Church and Parish ministry space, along with mixed-income rental and homeownership housing, retail, commercial, and social-service space, including over 60,000 square feet of public open space that will provide passive recreation and pedestrian connectivity to the neighborhood's open space networks along the Tremont Street corridor. The Drexel Village project site's gateway prominence as a key location in the Roxbury Cultural District will showcase a dynamic variety of permanent and temporary Public Art that will celebrate the cultural diversity, history, and heritage of Nubian Square.
The information at this meeting is crucial to you as a Boston resident and stakeholder. Language Access services are available at no cost to you. If you require
these services, please contact ([email protected]) no later than: 11/15 (at least 3-5 days prior to meeting date.
La información de esta reunión es fundamental para usted como residente de
Boston y parte interesada. Dispone de servicios de idiomas de forma gratuita. Si los
requiere, comuníquese con ([email protected]) antes de la siguiente fecha: 11/15
How to Participate
Please register for the meeting using the following Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 161 221 0293
Toll-Free Call-in Number: 833.568.8864