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Wu appoints new planning director
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Wu appoints new planning director
On the campaign trail, candidate Michelle Wu pledged to break apart the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), separating the planning function from the process of approving individual development projects.
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Does the BPDA have a vision for Boston’s future?
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Local News
Does the BPDA have a vision for Boston’s future?
Major real estate development projects are moving forward before Mayor Michelle Wu has made good on her campaign promise to break apart the Boston Planning and Development agency, separating the city’s planning function from the agency, which manages the approval process for large real estate projects.
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Local News
BPDA approves neighborhood projects
As 2021 comes to a close, several large-scale projects aimed at economic development in Roxbury, Hyde Park, Dorchester and South Boston were approved by the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors at its Dec. 16 meeting.
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Developer tapped for Crescent parcel
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Local News
Developer tapped for Crescent parcel
Roxbury’s long-vacant ‘Crescent Parcel’ is set to be transformed with new housing units, green space and new church parish space as the city’s development agency moves forward with one of several plans proposed this past spring.
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BPDA releases request for proposals for P3
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Local News
BPDA releases request for proposals for P3
After decades of failed attempts at redevelopment, the city-owned lot in Lower Roxbury known as parcel “P3” is getting another shot at new life.
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In the news: BPDA community engagement managers
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Local News
In the news: BPDA community engagement managers
The Boston Planning & Development Agency today announced a team of community engagement managers serving neighborhoods across the city of Boston.
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Opinion
Boston’s next mayor must follow through and abolish the BPDA
The BPDA (Boston Planning and Development Agency) is an outdated, unaccountable entity that prevents us from building a more just and climate-ready city. It’s time to abolish the BPDA, transfer its land to city control, and create a real Planning department that answers to the people of Boston.
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Janey requests state withdraw harbor plan
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Local News
Janey requests state withdraw harbor plan
Acknowledging the recent tornado warnings and a close call with a hurricane that affected Massachusetts in recent weeks, acting Mayor Kim Janey announced Aug. 26 that she is asking the state to withdraw the Downtown Waterfront District Municipal Harbor Plan that had been submitted by the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA).
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Local News
City seeks developer for Chinatown parcel
A parcel of vacant, publicly owned land in Chinatown leaves local community organizers hopeful for what they say is much needed housing and community space.
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P-3 — delayed, but not forgotten
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Editorial
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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Local News
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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