A rendered view looking south from the Brookline Village T stop. From right to left, you can see the new building at Two Brookline Place, the One Brookline Place addition in the distant center, and the new Parking Facility to the far left.
An enhanced pedestrian passage will run diagonally through the site in a southeast-northwest direction connecting the T stop with the Brookline Ave/Washington St. intersection.
A rendered view looking north from the Brookline Ave/Washington St intersection illustrates the new gateway to the site. One Brookline Place is visible at right, with the new building at Two Brookline Place visible in the distance at left.
This view looks south from the Brookline Village T stop to a significant new central gathering space featuring enhanced landscaping.
The redevelopment of Brookline Place is a multi-year project that will transform this site steps away from the Brookline Village MBTA stop that is bordered by Pearl Street, Brookline Ave, and Washington St/Rte. 9. After project completion, visitors to the site will have access to enhanced retail and amenities, an improved and expanded parking facility, and enhanced landscaping throughout.
This website is intended to provide information about the development and general project progress to regular and occasional visitors to Brookline Place, as well as interested members of the general public. Please click through the site to learn more, or sign up for the email list to be notified about project updates.
Brookline Place is a Transit‐Oriented Development (TOD) with a mix of uses that complement the existing and adjacent land uses, and take advantage of the existing public transit. It is located on an urban site surrounded by the active residential and commercial neighborhood of Brookline Village and bordering the Brookline Village T stop.
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