Boston PDA Board Approves Transit-Oriented Housing

Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved five development projects and one Notice of Project Change (NPC) at the March board meeting. The six total development projects will generate 187 total residential units and represent an investment of $703.9 million in neighborhoods across Boston.

The approved residential units span neighborhoods throughout Boston and support Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s goal of increasing affordable housing to support a strong middle class and make progress towards the city’s goal of creating 53,000 new units of housing by 2030.

Development projects include:


In addition, the Planned Development Area (PDA) Master Plan for Harvard University’s proposed Enterprise Research Campus (ERC) was approved after a public hearing before the board.