The Boston Planning & Development Agency launched the Western Avenue Corridor Study and Rezoning to engage local stakeholders in discussing the future of Western Avenue between Barry’s Corner and Leo Birmingham Parkway. The planning initiative will inform recommendations for new or modified zoning; build on previous planning in the area, including the North Allston Strategic Framework for Planning, the Community-Wide Plan, and planning at Harvard University; and foster a dialogue with developers and property owners. The study will also consider public realm improvements and transportation enhancements in coordination with the ongoing Allston-Brighton Mobility Study to explore multimodal improvements to Western Avenue and other transportation enhancements.
Please join us for a continuation of the discussion of development feasibility and potential public benefits in the Western Avenue Corridor Study Area. We will also present options for multi-modal transportation improvements on Western Avenue. Light refreshments will be provided.
An introduction to development feasibility and potential public benefits in the Western Avenue Corridor Study Area. We reviewed feedback from previous public meetings and explored the economics of development to inform the ongoing study.
Discussion of development and street design scenarios for the Western Avenue Corridor Study.
Tour of the Western Avenue Study Area with the BPDA Team.
Open House | September 16, 2019, 6:00–8:00 PM
We held an open house on Monday, September 16 between 6:00 and 8:00 at the Josephine Fiorentino Community Center at Charlesview, 123 Antwerp Street.
CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER - Zoning at Zone 3 Pop-up |
August 28, 2019, 5:00–8:00 PM
This event has been cancelled due to weather.