The Boston Planning & Development Agency Meeting (BPDA) is the municipal planning and development agency for the City of Boston, working on both housing and commercial developments. The Board of Directors meet monthly with developers, businesses and residents to provide direction for development in the City of Boston.
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Planning Office for Urban Affairs shares $1.2M award to aid trafficking victims
Representatives from the Planning Office for Urban Affairs (POUA) and Health Imperatives joined Gov. Charlie Baker, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Ken ...
Boston transportation leaders speak on sharing spaces, investing in communities post-COVID
Boston’s transportation leaders called for more shared spaces and reduced fare transportation Thursday at a roundtable discussion organized by Arup, an engineering and consulting firm.
Boston developer wins nod to develop 'two magnificent buildings' at Newtown's Fairfield Hills campus
A Boston-based developer has won the bidding war to convert two former psychiatric hospital buildings on the Fairfield Hills campus into a mix of apartments and commercial use. WinnDevelopment, which ...
Who let an accused child molester stay on with the Boston police?
A review of the case of former Boston Police officer Patrick M. Rose Sr. doesn’t name who mishandled the case in the 1990s, but it does provide guidance for the future.
UWM receives $1 million gift from architecture grad who now works in Boston
Boston area architect Jim Mellowes and his wife Maureen donated $1 million to his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning.
Climate Ready Boston ready for Phase 2 in Charlestown
The Climate Ready Boston initiative is preparing to take its Phase 2 process to the public next month with an online open house on Aug. 3 at 6 p.m. to discuss the preliminary recommendations for Phase ...
Boston Area Weekend Events: Check Out What's Happening
See what's new on your Boston Patch community calendar. Check out what's happening and what might interest you before you make plans. Want to add your own event? Whether you're planning a rodeo, a ...
New mask mandates? Boston restaurants taking their cues from the state
On Tuesday, the CDC walked back earlier guidance on masks, now suggesting people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 should wear them in areas of the country with “substantial” or “high” ...
Boston's climate readiness plans now include outdoor cooling stations
Fi-enabled, outdoor cooling stations at Boston Public Library locations, an extension of the city’s recently launched Heat Resilience Study, which will analyze climate trends and identify strategies ...
BLM IN THE BEDROOM. JUST HOW RACIST IS BOSTON’S DATING SCENE?
With the appointments of Kim Janey as Boston’s first Black and female mayor and Rachael Rollins as district attorney and Ayanna Pressley in Congress, Boston seems to be becoming the place for emerging ...
Lab Conversion Spree Runs Up Against Local Concerns At Boston Council Hearing
Boston city councilors and community members shared numerous concerns about lab developments rising in their neighborhoods during a virtual hearing.
Boston Celtics Mailbag: Derrick Rose, draft night trades and luxury tax planning
Our weekly look at Celtics offseason questions, including point guard options, next year's starting five and whether trading back into the first round is an option.