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P-3 — delayed, but not forgotten
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P-3 — delayed, but not forgotten
As new buildings are going up along the waterfront, Blacks in Roxbury are wondering when construction will begin on the new development for P-3, the 7.5-acre lot on Tremont Street opposite police headquarters.
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BPDA turns attention to long-neglected Parcel 3
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BPDA turns attention to long-neglected Parcel 3
The long-vacant parcel known as P3 that lies across the street from the Boston Police Department Headquarters in Roxbury will soon be up for another round of development proposals.
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Chinatown native captures neighborhood's history
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Chinatown native captures neighborhood's history
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Building projects spark suspicions
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Building projects spark suspicions
Three recent development projects in Dorchester, East Boston and Roxbury’s Highland Park share strikingly common traits: angry abutters, approved plans that ease through the city’s permitting process and a Dorchester-based architectural firm.
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City councilors weigh in on E. Boston planning
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City councilors weigh in on E. Boston planning
The Boston City Council’s Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation held a public hearing on a neighborhood zoning initiative and master plan Monday night in East Boston. Nearly 200 people attended the meeting at Mario Umana Academy, led by the hearing’s lead sponsor, Councilor Lydia Edwards.
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City planning initiatives focus on East Boston, Mattapan, Newmarket
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City planning initiatives focus on East Boston, Mattapan, Newmarket
Mayor Martin Walsh’s office, in partnership with the Boston Planning and Development Agency, announced last Wednesday that it will launch new planning initiatives this year in Mattapan, East Boston, Downtown and Newmarket.
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