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March 3, 2017 / Boston Globe

Tremont Crossing project clears important hurdle

by Tim Logan
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A long-awaited megaproject in Roxbury cleared a key city hurdle Thursday night. The board of the Boston Planning & Development Agency approved Tremont Crossing, which would put 718 apartments, a large retail center, and a new Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists at…


Aug 14, 2016 / BANKER & TRADESMAN

Roxbury Renaissance – Developers Push Long-Delayed Projects Toward Finish Line

by Steve Adams

Link to Article While cranes line the Boston skyline, vacant parcels along Tremont Street and Melnea Cass Boulevard in Roxbury testify to decades of failed attempts to get development projects off the ground. An upcoming surge of projects could bring national retailers, multiplex cinemas, a…


February 18, 2016 / The Bay State Banner

Parcel 3 project moves forward

by Jule Pattison-Gordon
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After lying vacant for more than 50 years, Roxbury’s Parcel 3 may finally get new life. Last week, developers submitted plans for an approximately one million square foot project spread over three city blocks that includes a mix of retail, housing, office space, parking spaces,…


February 16, 2016 / The Boston Globe

Officials hopeful about latest plan to redevelop Roxbury site

by Jon Chesto
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For years, Boston officials have tried to redevelop a city-owned parcel in Roxbury: Proposals ranged from Partners HealthCare offices to a state Department of Transportation headquarters to hundreds of student housing units. But now, after this series of false starts, city officials hope they have…


December 18, 2014 / The Boston Globe

MassDOT ponders a move from downtown to Roxbury

by Casey Ross
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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is negotiating to move its downtown Park Square offices to a $350 million development in Roxbury, a blockbuster deal that could shake up the real estate markets in both neighborhoods. The Boston Redevelopment Authority on Thursday was scheduled to take…