Last updated: 4/11/18
Property Management Department
Gregory Rooney, Commissioner
On-going investments in municipal structures, historic buildings and other city-owned properties ensure the City’s facilities are well-maintained and managed. Asset preservation is of the utmost importance as Fiscal Year 2019 capital investments support a number of new and ongoing initiatives across the city.
FY19 Major Initiatives
- Early action items identified from the City Hall Master Plan will begin implementation. Projects include: a pilot program that will activate more service counters on the second floor and improve signage and wayfinding, masonry repairs on the Congress Street wall, and initial site investigation and engineering on the plaza that will support planned renovations to the North Plaza.
- An upgrade to the elevator, boiler and chiller at Faneuil Hall will be completed.
- Repairs at Faneuil Hall that include preservation of brownstone, and repairs to historic doors and window will continue.
- Energy efficiency projects, including an upgrade of the HVAC system will proceed at City Hall.
Property Management Department - Active Projects
|Arts & Culture||Archives Preservation Needs||West Roxbury||Study Underway||400,000||1,575,000|
|Energy & Environment||Faneuil Hall||Government Center/Faneuil Hall||In Design||1,649,500||1,950,000|
|Government Effectiveness||201 Rivermoor Generator||West Roxbury||New Project||0||600,000|
|Government Effectiveness||26 Court Street||Financial District/Downtown||In Design||5,265,000||28,245,558|
|Government Effectiveness||City Hall and City Hall Plaza||Government Center/Faneuil Hall||Ongoing Program||9,000,000||60,300,000|
|Government Effectiveness||Family Justice Center Elevator||Allston/Brighton||To Be Scheduled||60,000||350,500|
|Government Effectiveness||Faneuil Hall HVAC||Government Center/Faneuil Hall||In Construction||285,000||4,655,000|
|Open Space||East Eagle Street Shoreline||East Boston||To Be Scheduled||0||270,000|