Scoping Determination: A BPDA directive which may be issued during the Article 80 process after the filing of a Project Notification Form (“PNF”). If, after review of a project's PNF by the BPDA, city agencies, and the public, it is determined that additional information is required, the BPDA will issue a Scoping Determination which details which areas of the proposal require further study, to be included in a Draft Project Impact Report.
The BPDA is hosting a public meeting for the 449 Cambridge Street project located in Allston. The purpose of the meeting is for the development team to
give a project update in relation to its current proposal and recently made changes. The Project changes include eliminating Compact Living Policy units, as previously proposed and a reduction of housing units from 166 to 152. All other aspects of the project
will remain the same. The meeting will include a presentation followed by Q&A and comments from the general public.
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We’ll be joined by Mike Dennehy and Clare Fitzgerald from College Access & Student Success (CASS) at BU. Mike and Clare will share information about the Menino and Community Service Scholarships available to Boston Public Schools (BPS) graduates and how CASS supports these students and many others.
About College Access & Student Success (CASS)
The activities at BU Wheelock’s College Access & Success Office comprise direct service to students and applied research, both of which aim to improve educational outcomes for students traditionally underserved by U.S. higher education, including pre-college, undergraduate, and graduate students. CASS fulfills this mission through the development and application of evidence-based approaches, ensuring that college access and success activities are effective, efficient, and student-centered. Traditionally underserved students include students who are: low-income; first-generation to attend college; English Language Learners, underrepresented in higher education based on race or ethnicity; or students with disabilities. Please visit their website .
The programs and participants at CASS make a difference in the academic futures of young learners across Boston and I hope you can join us to learn more. We’ll meet over Zoom, so please to receive a link to participate.
We look forward to seeing you!
Case: BOA-831064 Address: 17 Madeline Street Ward 22 Applicant: Harold McGonagle, RA
This meeting will only be held virtually and not in person. You can participate in this meeting by going to our online meeting. A copy of the petition, the Development Plan and a map of the area involved may be obtained from the Zoning Commission electronically, and you may also submit written comments or questions to zoningco...@boston.gov.
Map Amendment Application No.737
Planned Development Area No.130
NEXUS at Allston Innovation Corridor
Said map amendment would amend "Map 7A/78/7C/7D, Allston-Brighton Neighborhood District" and "Map 78/7D Allston-Brighton Neighborhood District," by adding the designation "D," indicating a Planned Development overlay district to approximately 3.24 acres of land located at 250-280 and approximately 1.05 acres of land located at 305 Western Avenue, Allston. Said Development Plan will enable the Proposed Project to be constructed on the Project Site, consisting of: (i) at the 250 Western Avenue portion of the Project Site, a new, approximately six-story building including approximately 259,000 square feet of non-parking/loading Gross Floor Area for research laboratory and office uses, including ground floor retail, restaurant, entertainment, service and fitness uses, and subsurface vehicle parking; (ii) at the 280 Western Avenue portion of the Project Site, a new, approximately five- to six-story building including approximately 52,000 square feet of non-parking/loading Gross Floor Area for multifamily use, including approximately 35 residential units, ground floor retail, restaurant, entertainment, service, fitness and community/civic uses (which may include art space uses), and subsurface and above grade vehicle parking, together with open space uses including an approximately 12,000 square foot plaza (Artists' Way) and a privately-owned, approximately 5,000 square foot landscaped area open to public use (Westford Green) ; and (iii) at the 305 Western Avenue portion of the Project Site, a new, approximately five to eight-story building including approximately 265,000 square feet of non-parking/loading Gross Floor Area for research laboratory and office uses, including ground floor retail, restaurant, entertainment, service and fitness uses, and subsurface vehicle parking.
Boston Licensing Board
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 @ 10:00 am
Join the Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83713136310?pwd=eXFySTNBMERHZ1dHZXRVb1FLU1hEQT09
Meeting ID: 83713136310
1. Boston Crust, Inc.
D/B/A: Boston Crust
38 BROOKS ST
BRIGHTON, MA 02134
License #: LB-461399
Has applied for a Common Victualler License to be exercised on the above – In 2 rooms, kitchen and seating area.
Manager: Mesut Kara
Hours of Operation: 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM
Attorney: Donal Carroll
10. RHUBARB, INC.
3 HARVARD AV
ALLSTON, MA 02134
License #: LB-99094
Holder of a Common Victualler 7 Day All-Alcoholic Beverages License has petitioned for a change of Officers /Directors and a change of Stock. Lastly, has petitioned to change the manager of the licensed business – From: Frank Strenk Jr. To: Timothy Philbin.
Attorney: Carolyn M. Conway
Email Contact: Maria....@Boston.Gov
Board of Trade Monthly Meeting
Civic Association November Monthly Meeting
You can participate in this meeting online or by calling in.
This group is affiliated with the Harvard Allston Task Force and is chaired by Ed Kotomori. We receive Harvard construction updates and Boston Police Department District 14 reports, and we welcome community discussion about other North Allston topics.
Priscilla Anderson (pril...@gmail.com)