About The Inventory
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Listing of City-owned Buildings and/or Land Potentially Suitable For Development
The inventory provided on this site represents land and buildings currently in the possession of the Department of Neighborhood Development that are potentially suitable for development. We provide this information as part of Mayor Thomas M. Meninos initiative to provide the public with access to information about city-owned land and buildings.
The square footage of each parcel has been provided. Some locations may consist of several parcels that together make up a potential developable site. Other parcels may be suitable for development in combination with adjacent land that is either owned by the Boston Redevelopment Authority or privately owned.
The list of properties contained herein does not represent the total inventory of buildings and land owned by the Department of Neighborhood Development. The properties provided are only those that are potentially suitable for development. Other properties, such as wetlands, open space, or those suitable for sale as small abutter lots are not included on this list. For information about any city property not contained on this list, or for more information about any properties found on this site, please call the Clearinghouse at 617-635-4191.
City of Boston - Martin J. Walsh, Mayor
Department of Neighborhood Development
Sheila A. Dillon, Director
The information provided on this site represents the best current information in the possession of the Department of Neighborhood Development. We make no representation as to the accuracy of any information contained herein, except that on the date of the last update, the property appeared to be owned by the City of Boston, based upon information received from the Assessing Department, Tax Title Division of the City Law Department, and the Land Court for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Properties on the list are subject to redemption by the former owners, title issues and other potential problems. Properties on the list may also require zoning variances for any new construction.
In addition, the sale of any properties on this list is subject to the provisions of Mass. General Laws, Chapter 30B, which governs the disposition of public property. Community process will also be required for any proposed development project.
The Department of Neighborhood Development shall not be responsible for any loss, harm, or other consequences to any person or party who takes possession of this list and uses it as a basis for any actions, decisions or plans - financial or otherwise. Any use, including but not limited to copying, printing and reproduction, of this information shall be deemed to be an acknowledgment and acceptance of these conditions and disclaimers.