This article originally appeared on patch.com on October 17, 2016.
The plan calls for the creation of a 2,400 unit mixed-income community in Charlestown.
By Alison Bauter
CHARLESTOWN, MA — The city's development review group hosts a public meeting on the One Charlestown project this week.
The project would knock down existing Bunker Hill Apartments, replacing them with a mix of affordable and market-rate housing, green space, off-street parking and retail. The 27.6-acre site is planned between Medford Street, Decatur Street, Vine Street, Bunker Hill Street and Polk Street.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency (aka the rebranded Boston Redevelopment Authority) hosts its public meeting on the project Oct. 19.
It will be held in the Harvard-Kent Elementary School cafeteria, 50 Bunker Hill St., from 6:30-8 p.m.