In Universal Hub: Urban League wins approval of new residential building and office on Warren Street in Roxbury
On October 25th, 2022, Universal Hub shared that the Zoning Board of Appeal approved Urban League’s proposal to “replace its current headquarters on Warren Street in Roxbury with a new six-story building would have a new office for the league topped with a mix of apartments and condos – 65 in all and all designated as affordable” — Click to read more details.
In Boston Globe: Six Things we learned about Greater Boston’s housing crisis from the new Boston Foundation Report Card
On October 26th, 2022, Andrew Brinker, Boston Globe Correspondent, shared six key takeaways from The Boston Foundation’s Greater Housing Report Card Forum that occurred this Wednesday — Click to read more details.
ON WBUR: MyCAP’s Parcel 3 victory and the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee
On Thursday, October 5th, My City at Peace (MyCAP) Co-Founder, Reverand Jeffrey Brown spoke to WBUR about MyCAP’s Parcel 3 victory and the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee’s decision to approve their proposal for the redevelopment of the vacant lot located in Roxbury.
In Bay State Banner: Community Panel Picks Parcel P-3 Developer
On October 5th, 2022, Bay State Banner reported that the Boston Planning Development Agency (BPDA) and Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee (RSMPOC), after a long-awaited decision, has finally selected the My City at Peace Parcel 3 proposal that will revamp the long-vacant 8-acre plot of land in Roxbury, MA.