1-10 results of 447
- Books written by Boston Redevelopment Authority
...a summary of Boston's downtown "Government Center District Plan" (?); provides historical background of the Government Center Plan, information on building patterns and recommended view strategies; focuses on City Hall Plaza giving early concepts for the Plaza, it's problems and suggested land use improvements; this item was in the BRA collection..
...lists vacant land by address in Boston's South End neighborhood; includes block number, ward, assessor's parcel number, parcel square footage, adjacent land use and present land use; data compiled from BRA Summer 1961 field survey, assessors' plates and files, Bromley Atlases and Sanborn Atlases; copies of this item were in the BRA collection..
...in tabular form, summarizes a survey of Dudley Square business district in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood; inventories the uses and conditions of the land parcels and buildings of 17 survey blocks; includes the following: uses by floor, number of stories, condition, age in years, housekeeping, architecture rating, data on the type of retail use, occupancy status, land use and parking data; also includes survey instructions and retail sub-categories; this item was in the BRA collection..
...a collection of materials intended to provide prospective developers with information about the project involving South Station in downtown Boston; discusses the following: purpose of offering, objectives, criteria for selection, land price, procedures and possible stadium site; includes description of South Station property, information on the urban renewal process, specifications and requirements for parcels A, B and C, controls applicable to all parcels (landscaping, sign control, subway easements, provisions for handicapped people, parking); also includes submission requirements, urban design issues, open space and pedestrian circulation requirements, a statement on works of art in redevelopment projects and various legal documents (letter of interest, HHFA form H-6004, letter of intent to proceed and land disposition agreement); 4 large folded maps have the following titles: 1) Site Location and Function Areas, 2) Parcel Plans, 3) Access Plan, and 4) Estimated Track Retirement; copies of this item were in the BRA collection..
...presumably, a federally required document to justify the need for federal funds; concerns a proposed waterfront park in Boston's North End; rates various aspects of the need for the park; development of the park will include Little League field, handball and boccie courts and a play lot; this item was in the BRA collection..
...this memorandum from BRA Development Administrator Edward J. Logue provides background information on the designation of Center Associates as the developer of Parcel 12, in downtown Boston's Government Center urban renewal project; a recommended BRA resolution formalizing this designation is attached; this item was in the BRA collection..
...examines the primary and secondary commercial areas in each Boston neighborhood to determine which areas can be effectively improved by the addition of new street lighting, street furniture, neckdowns, off street parking facilities, shopper parks and other amentities; contains penciled annotations; this item was in the BRA collections..
Map amendment application no. 245, planned development area no. 23, Boston redevelopment authority in behalf of hbc associates, its successors and assigns: land bounded by a portion of northern avenue, fort point channel, Boston harbor, a portion of pier
...text of proposed zoning amendments of this South Boston waterfront area submitted by the BRA on behalf of HBC Associates together with maps depicting the boundaries of this development project; copies of this item were in the BRA collection..
Application for planned development area ("PDA") designation based on approval of a PDA master plan/development impact project plan for an area of not less than five acres and for approval of a development plan: Ruggles Center App. 6C p 3
...contains detailed information on a proposed mixed use linked development project on Parcel 18 in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood; divided into the following categories: applicant information, financial information, site description, project design, environmental impact assessment, public benefits, relocation information, regulatory controls and permits, community/citizen participation and request for findings, determinations and approvals; appendices include master plan and development plan for Planning Development Area No. 34, pro formas, site plans, owners and abutters to site, aerial views and many other related materials; copies of this item were in the BRA collection..