In The Bay State Banner: Developers selected for Dudley Square parcels


Developers plan 265 units plus retail space on four vacant parcels

Trea Lavery
Four Boston-based development teams have been designated by the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee to design and build on the first batch of sites in Dudley Square as part of the PLAN: Dudley redevelopment process.

At a community meeting Monday night, the project review committee for the four parcels presented its recommendations to the RSMPOC, having chosen four proposals that would add 265 units of housing to the area, along with commercial and green space.

“The idea that we were considering when we went through this whole request for proposals process was, what kind of opportunity are we bringing to our community with this development?” said PRC member and Roxbury resident Rodney Singleton during the presentation.

The chosen developers are Madison Park Development Corporation for 75-81 Dudley St.; New Urban Collaborative for 40-50 Warren St.; New Atlantic and DREAM Development for 2147 Washington St.; and Cruz Development for 135 Dudley St., the former B-2 police station site and the largest parcel.

Read the entire article as it originally appeared in The Bay State Banner here.