November 14, 2022
Zoom/ZBA Hearing: 40 Centre + 845 Boylston -11/14 at 7p
Monday, November 14, 2022
TOWN OF BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
VIRTUAL PUBLIC HEARING
Monday November 14, 2022 at 7 pm
There are two cases on the Agenda for this hearing date.
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Guide to Virtual Public Hearings
A – 40 CENTRE STREET c.40B MODIFICATION
A request to modify a Comprehensive Permit (M.G.L c.40B) granted in 2017 for an apartment building with 40 residential rental units. Proposed Change: Reduce parking spaces from 24 to 16 (Precinct 9, Zoning District M-1.0-Multifamily)
- Applicant Presentation
- Public Comment
- Administrative Business
- Possible Board vote and decision
- Deadline to close hearing: April 22, 2023
Project Page: https://www.brooklinema.gov/1302/40-Centre-Street-40B
B - 845 BOYLSTON STREET c.40B – A request for a Comprehensive Permit, M.G.L. c.40B, to construct a
five-story building with 40 residential rental units (25% affordable) and 41 below-grade parking spaces (Precinct 14, Zoning District L-1.0)
- Old and new business
- Main topics: Licensed Site Professional Peer Review; Stormwater; Structural Engineering
- Public Comment
- Continue Hearing [Hearing scheduled to close January 31, 2023]
Project Page: Hearing materials, reports, project plans, public comment, and application are available on the Brookline Town website at: https://www.brooklinema.gov/2026/845-Boylston-Street
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CONTACT - DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Submit testimony to the Board and any questions to: Maria Morelli, Senior Planner [email protected] or 617-730-2670
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