MassDOT scraps plans to develop 2 Greenway plots

It's back to the drawing board for two Rose Kennedy Greenway parcels. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation's real estate office has decided to scrap all proposals it has received for developing a plot known as Parcel 9....

Boston Globe - February 3, 2010

Massachusetts Turnpike Authority accepting comments on the Parcel 9 proposals through Friday, June 19th

The DeNormandie Companies, along with the three other developers who submitted proposals, presented their proposal for the development of Parcel 9 at the North End Central Artery Advisory Committee public meeting on Thursday, May 28th. The Massachusetts Turnpike Authority is accepting comments on each of the four developers’ proposals. To submit comments, send an email with “Parcel 9 Comments” in the subject line to For more information on the selection process, check the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority website or follow the link below:

June 3, 2009

Firms tout credit as they seek to build

Developers vying for the right to build on public land next to the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway in downtown Boston are trumpeting more than just aesthetics to garner support for their building proposals...

Boston Globe - June 2, 2009

Greenway site draws 3 more proposals

A food market and art galleries, 78 units of rental housing, and a 137,000-square-foot office and retail building are among the proposals the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority has received from developers seeking to build on a key sliver of land along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway.

The authority said four companies have submitted proposals to develop a 29,400-square-foot parcel that Boston officials want to use as the centerpiece for an arts and culture district near Faneuil Hall Marketplace...

Boston Globe - April 16, 2009