BPDA will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, April 27th at 6pm via zoom to discuss 24 Drydock Ave. You can learn more here including link to join.
Boston Harbor Now holds monthly Harbor Use Public Forums for interested stakeholders to learn about and provide feedback on waterfront developments, public planning initiatives, and other harbor projects along Boston Harbor’s waterfront and on the islands. On Wednesday, April 28th, a forum will be held to discuss 24 Drydock Ave – 235,000 square foot building of marine industrial, laboratory/research uses.
Join us in April for a conversation with Cronin Development about their proposal for 24 Drydock Avenue in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Industrial Park in South Boston’s Seaport District. The proposal includes a 235,000 square foot building of marine industrial, laboratory/research uses. In addition, the Project ensures the crucial functions of the Boston Ship Repair continue in the Marine Industrial Park preserving the ship repair industry for future generations. Learn more about how the plan for the site supports the park and local non-profit organizations as well as plans for a new shuttle from Nubian Square to improve equitable access to the Seaport area.
These meetings are meant to provide opportunities for the frank, open discussion needed to optimize both private and public amenities around Boston’s waterfront. The event is free and open to the public; however, you need to register in advance to receive the Zoom link to participate. (Please note, attendees will not be visible in the recording.) To register for the forum, visit here.
To learn more about the proposal at 24 Drydock Avenue, visit here.
For more information, including opportunities to present your waterfront project or proposal at one of these meetings, please contact Alice Brown, chief of planning and policy, at [email protected].