Colonel Floyd Redevelopment Project
This webpage contains information and documents pertaining to the proposed redevelopment of Colonel Floyd Apartments.
On January 14th, 2021, the Brookline Housing Authority submitted an Application for Chapter 40B Project Eligibility/Site Approval to the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) for the redevelopment of Colonel Floyd Apartments at 32 Marion Street. The application, known as a PEL, is now in a 30-day review period with the Town. The Select Board will accept comments at a meeting whose time and date has yet to be determined. The BHA's PEL application for the proposed Col Floyd project can be viewed by clicking this link.
Resident Information for 32 Marion
Environmental Review Documentation
HUD Section 18 Application
The BHA will accept written comment pertaining to its Section 18 Application. The application can be viewed here. Application exhibits can be viewed here. Comments can be provided via email to Colfloyd@brooklinehousing.org.
Click here to be linked to a folder with environmental review documentation. If the document links are incorrect or you have difficulty accessing the documents, please send an email to Colfloyd@brooklinehousing.org.
Please see the following documents for Colonel Floyd resident information.
Resident Presentation from April 22nd, 2021 introducing relocation and HOU can be viewed below and downloaded by clicking here.
Resident Presentation from December 29th, 2020 can be viewed below and downloaded by clicking here.
Frequently asked questions document can be downloaded by clicking here.
Community Information for 32 Marion
On January 13th, 2021, the BHA Redevelopment team hosted a virtual neighborhood meting to present the Colonel Floyd redevelopment project to date and answer any questions. This presentation can be viewed below and downloaded by clicking this link.
Frequently asked questions document can be downloaded and viewed by clicking here.
Demographic Information on the Brookline Housing Authority's Federal Public Housing portfolio, which currently includes the Colonel Floyd Apartments, can be viewed in the table below.