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R1 Success Story: Bartlett Station, Boston, MA

The historic Dudley Square neighborhood of Roxbury in Boston, Mass., has seen the widespread loss of industry and the concurrent environmental degradation. In recent years there has been a focus on revitalizing the community; historic buildings have been renovated, brownfields cleaned, and housing constructed. Bartlett Station, a former mass transit maintenance facility operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, is a good example of this trend. Formerly known as Bartlett Yard, this site has been cleaned up and is being redeveloped as an innovative urban mixed‐use development. In addition to housing, Bartlett Place will provide space for public art and events, markets, and shops.

Read the following Brownfields Success Story fact sheet for more information about Bartlett Station, Boston, Massachusetts.

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