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MPDC Endorses the Community Preservation Act

MPDC is proud to join with community organizations from across the city to support the Community Preservation Act.  This proposal will allow Boston to create affordable homes, better parks and playgrounds, preserve our historic neighborhood buildings, and create jobs.  Funds will be raised through a small surcharge on local property tax bills and matched by […]


Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Host MPDC at 50th Anniversary Cocktail Reception

On June 15, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch hosted a cocktail party in honor of MPDC’s 50th anniversary.  Guests enjoyed live music, food and also learned more about the Community Investment Tax Credit opportunity.  Many thanks to Michael Rosenberg and Dave Barcomb for their hospitality for the evening.  You an view pictures of the event on […]


MPDC Celebrates NeighborWorks Week at Unity Day

Earlier this month, MPDC celebrated Roxbury’s resiliency and NeighborWorks Week at Unity Day held at Madison Park Village.  Residents enjoyed food, entertainment, arts and crafts and many other family-friendly activities as part of a day promoting social cohesion for the community.  Dr. S. Atyia Martin, City of Boston’s Chief Resilience Officer, joined us along with […]


Lower Roxbury residents meet to plan New Ruggles Street “Gateway”

Madison Park Development Corporation recently hosted a series of workshops with neighbors and community members who live along Ruggles Street in lower Roxbury.  A walking tour was led by David Lee, principal architect of Stull & Lee Architects in Roxbury.  The goal of the tour is to create a new vision for Ruggles Street from […]