Feb. 3 mtg: Forest Hills Parcel development

The Boston Redevelopment Authority
will host a public meeting regarding
Forest Hills Parcels
V & W Redevelopment
February 3rd • 7-8:30PM
William A. Hinton State Laboratory Institute
Auditorium, 305 South Street, Jamaica Plain

Project Proponent: WCI Corporation
Project Description: Upon the submission of Article 80 Small Project
Review Application by the developer, WCI Corporation, the Boston
Redevelopment Authority is hosting a Public Meeting to present and
discuss the proposed Forest Hills Parcels V & W Redevelopment Project,
a 44,300 SF commercial development that consists of 32,300 SF retail/
commercial space and 38 parking spaces on Parcel W (43,765 SF), and
1,116 SF commercial space and 20 parking spaces on Parcel V (22,236
SF) (“Proposed Project”) on MBTA’s Parcel V & W in Forest Hill area of
Jamaica Plain.

Close of Comment Period: February 17, 2010
Tai Y. Lim, Boston Redevelopment Authority Project Manager
phone: 617.918.4244
fax: 617.742.7783
email: Tai.Lim.BRA@cityofboston.gov

A copy of Article 80 Small Project Review Application may be reviewed at the
BRA, Boston City Hall, 9th fl, Monday – Friday, or at the BRA website at www.
bostonredevelopmentauthority.org.

**Copies are also available at the Connolly Branch Library, 433 Centre Street and the Jamaica Plain Library, 12 Sedgwick Street.

_________________________________________________________________________________

Inés Palmarin, BRA Senior Planner II
Boston Redevelopment Authority
One City Hall Square 9th floor
Boston, MA 02122
Office : 617.918.4434
Fax: 617.367.6087

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