On October 7, the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee recommended the release of three RFPs for Nawn Factory, Parcel 8, and Blair Lot. The final copies will be made available after the BPDA Board vote. Please check back here for more information following October 17th. We are currently accepting nominations for Project Review Committee members to serve on the PRC for Nawn Factory, Parcel 8, and Blair Lot. If you are interested, please see below.
Our last workshop was held on October 21st at the Boston Water and Sewer Commission. We discussed development objectives for Crescent Parcels and Parcels located at Malcolm X and Putnum. For more information, please visit the event page.
Interested in joining a Project Review Committee (PRC)?
As part of the review process project review committees (PRCs) will be formed to evaluate the developer submissions based on the criteria developed through the PLAN: Dudley Square process and outlined in the Request for Proposals (RFPs). After proposals are selected, PRCs continue to monitor project progress from tentative designation until the buildings are ready to open.
We are currently accepting nominations to serve on the PRCs for Nawn Factory, Parcel 8, and Blair Lot. If you are interested in serving on the PRC, or would like to nominate someone to the PRC, please fill out this nomination form as completely as possible. Alternatively, you can find a printed form here.
For more information, please contact Muge Undemir, Senior Planner, at Mugzy.Undemir@Boston.gov or at 617.918.4488.
On July 11, the BPDA Board voted to approve the PLAN: Dudley Square Process Overview and Guidelines for Development document. It is available for review here.
At the heart of the city and home to the region’s busiest bus station, Dudley Square is a prime corridor for job creation, commerce, and transit-oriented development.
PLAN: Dudley Square will revisit the visions presented in both the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan and Dudley Vision to evaluate if they still align with current community goals. Using these past plans as a framework, PLAN: Dudley Square will offer the City and community the opportunity to think strategically about the types of uses, public realm, and scale of development that are best suited for the future of the area.
This planning effort will create a road map for a streamlined implementation plan for publicly-owned (City/BRA/State) and vacant privately-owned parcels. From this Dudley Square focus, we will work with the community to further expand the discussion to the Roxbury neighborhood at large.
Through open dialogue and community involvement, this study will be used to develop an implementation plan to mobilize development on publicly-owned parcels.
The developer responses to the DND (Department of Neighborhood Development) parcels can be viewed at the links below:
75 - 81 Dudley Street
2147 Washington Street
135 Dudley Street (Dudley Commercial)
40 - 50 Warren Street
PAST PUBLIC WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
October 21, 2019: Development Objectives and Guidelines Crescent and Malcolm X & Putnam Parcels
July 22, 2019: Nawn Factory, Parcel 8, and Blair Lot RFP Updates
June 17, 2019: Nawn Factory, Parcel 8, and Blair Lot RFP Discussion
May 20, 2019: Development Objectives and Guidelines Nawn Factory, Parcel 8, and Blair lot
March 19, 2018: Draft RFP and Review Process Discussion
February 26, 2018: RFP Overview Workshop
January 22, 2018: RFP Review Open House
November 27, 2017: Urban Design Workshop
October 16, 2017: Climate Readiness & Resiliency Workshop
June 19, 2017: Planning Recap Workshop
May 15, 2017: Visioning Workshop II
April 24, 2017: Economic Development Workshop & Resource Fair
March 20, 2017: Housing Creation Workshop
February 27, 2017: Crafting RFP Language Workshop
January 23, 2017: Community Development Conversation Workshop
November 21, 2016: Development Program Uses Workshop
October 24, 2016: Incorporating Urban Design Principles Workshop
September 19, 2016: Development Scenarios & Tools for Development Workshop