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    Phase I Construction Start

    Construction begins on Phase I of the Mary Ellen McCormack redevelopment. First building requires no off-site relocation of existing residents.

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    City and State Approvals Received

    All City and State permits and approvals received.

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    Article 80 Submission to Boston Planning & Development Agency

    Formal permitting submission to the City and State to redevelop Mary Ellen McCormack.

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    Open Door Office Hours

    Members of the WinnCompanies development team will be available to answer your questions in-person at the Mary Ellen McCormack Tenant Task Force building.

  • MEM Resident Update

    Boston Housing Authority, MEM Tenant Task Force and WinnCompanies update Mary Ellen McCormack residents on the proposed Master Planning, Phase 1 and upcoming timeline related to the redevelopment.

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    Meeting with McCormack Civic Association

    Members of the Mary Ellen McCormack Development Team were introduced to the McCormack Civic Association. The team discussed the need for MEM to be redeveloped, the Boston Housing Authority’s Request for Proposal process, and selection and developer designation by the BHA and Resident Selection Committee. Details concerning WinnCompanies’ proposed redevelopment and “People Plan” were shared with the group. The team stressed that the planning process is ongoing and details are subject to change. A Master Plan for the site is being developed based on input from Mary Ellen McCormack residents residents, and will be discussed with residents at a series of open houses this spring. Once a plan is settled on, the WinnCompanies team will meet again with neighborhood civic organizations for continued input and discussion before formally filing a Letter of Intent and Expanded Project Notification Form with City and State agencies. The Development Team previously met with the Andrews Square Civic Association and Savin Hill Civic Association and will continue to do so ensuring the planning process is inclusive of the major community stakeholders.

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    Planning Meetings with Mary Ellen McCormack Residents

    Discuss and update the preliminary development plan in partnership with the Mary Ellen McCormack task force and the broader resident community.

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    Presentation to Savin Hill Civic Association

    Boston Housing Authority leaders and members of the WinnCompanies development team met with the Savin Hill Civic Association board and neighbors to provide an overview of the project and answer questions.

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    Town hall meeting with Mary Ellen McCormack residents

    Leaders of the Boston Housing Authority and members of WinnCompanies development team held a 90-minute meeting with more than 200 residents at St. Monica's Church to offer and overview of the project and to answer resident questions.