Hancock Village 2016 Master Plan

November 2017
The Board of Selectmen has submitted six Warrant Articles to Special Town Meeting that, if approved, will establish a Master Development Plan for Hancock Village. Additional information is available on the Town Meeting webpage.

Board of Selectmen and Advisory Committee Recommendations for Hancock Village Warrant Articles (PDF).

Hancock Village Master Development Plan 10.31.17 (PDF)

Master Development Agreement (draft as of November 3, 2017) (PDF)

LAU Development Agreement (PDF)

Deed Restriction (Draft) (PDF)

Hancock Village 40B vs MDP Chart (PDF)
Composite Map of Approved 40B and Pending 40B (PDF)

Renderings Comparing the Approved and Pending 40Bs to the Master Development Plan:

Plans Comparing the Approved 40B and the Master Development Plan Treatment of the Buffer Area:

Hancock Village Master Development Plan 9.7.17 (PDF)

Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Neil Wishinsky's Letter to the Brookline Community (PDF)
Memorandum of Agreement (PDF) (MOA)

 Exhibits to the MOA

November 14, 2016
On November 13, 2016, Chairman Neil Wishinsky and Planning Department presented a draft Master Plan to the community that resulted from the Town's negotiations with Chestnut Hill Realty. Below are materials presented at the community meeting.

Presentation to the Community (PDF) (includes CHR's Parking Analysis)
Draft Master Plan (PDF) (November 10, 2016 site plan)

September 15, 2016
The Town of Brookline has initiated discussions with Chestnut Hill Realty to explore alternatives to the Residences of South Brookline project which has been approved and the Puddingstone at Chestnut Hill project that has been proposed at Hancock Village. Town officials and neighbors are involved in these discussions. No other development plans are being contemplated at Hancock Village in Brookline outside of these discussions and the ongoing public 40B process and litigation. The parties have agreed not to disclose the details of the discussions until there is mutual agreement that there has been significant progress. Any development proposals that arise out of this process would be subject to a full public permitting and approval process, including involvement by the Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals and possibly Town Meeting.