The commission is expected to hear from representatives from the developers and discuss the multi-building proposal, which includes 471 residential units, a grocery store and retail or restaurants, from 5:45 p.m. to 6:20 p.m., according to the agenda (see attached).
The proposal for 300 Harrison Ave. falls out of the commission’s “district” but within its “protection area,” which has a different set of guidelines.
To see what other projects the commission will address Tuesday, see the attached agenda.
The commission will also meet at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 15, in Boston City Hall (the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s board room on the ninth floor). At that meeting, the commission will continue its advisory, or preliminary, review of the six-story condo proposal with first-floor retail for the Olde Dutch Cottage Candy shop on Tremont Street. See the attached agenda for more information on the March 15 meeting.
Public Comments to the Boston Redevelopment Authority Now Due Friday, March 30 (Updated)
In addition to the commission, the Boston Redevelopment Authority is also reviewing the "Ink Block" proposal, and public comments to the authority have been extended to Friday, March 30.
Comments can be sent to the authority’s project assistant, Erico Lopez, via email, email@example.com, or to:
Boston Redevelopment Authority
1 City Hall Plaza
Boston, MA 02201
If you have any questions about submitting public comments, Lopez can be reached at 617-918-4429.