On March 16th, 2022, Madison Park Development Corporation was proud to respond to The Boston Planning and Redevelopment Agency’s request for proposals for Parcel P3. Located on Tremont Street, Parcel P3 is the last vacant portion of a larger site cleared for so-called Urban Renewal in 1988. Working with HYM and another local non-profit My City at Peace, MPDC aims to deliver approximately 165 income-restricted rental homes on the site. Two of the buildings would be primarily for life sciences and health care uses, which would help subsidize the construction of the three residential buildings.
LabCentral, the Cambridge-based nonprofit provider of lab space for biotech startups, would have an incubator space with job training opportunities for Roxbury residents. The development would also include retail spaces, with an emphasis on local businesses. One of the buildings would be home to a 31,000-square-foot museum, gallery, and “policy forum” for King Boston, the nonprofit dedicated to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King.