Shattuck Campus Redevelopment at Morton Street Proposal

On June 14, 2022, the Commonwealth released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to redevelop the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital Campus, located at 170 Morton Street in the City of Boston.



June 22, 2022 RFP Update - The email to register for the Shattuck site visit, in Section 7-2 of the RFP, has been adjusted, please see the amended RFP available Shattuck Campus Redevelopment at Morton Street RFP Registration Form. Participants may register for the site visit by emailing: with the subject line “Shattuck Site Visit”.

Request for Proposal (RFP)

The RFP can be accessed at Shattuck Campus Redevelopment at Morton Street RFP Registration Form.  Interested parties are encouraged, but not required, to register.  DCAMM will post any updates related to the Shattuck RFP on this webpage and attempt to email registered interested parties with any updated information.  Please carefully confirm the accuracy of any information you enter. DCAMM cannot guarantee: (1) the accuracy of the information provided to interested parties by email or (2) the delivery of any information to interested parties.  It is the sole responsibility of each interested party to check this webpage periodically for updates.

The project contemplates the ground lease of approximately 13 acres for the creation and operation of a minimum of 75-100 units of new permanent supportive housing; creation and operation of new clinical space geared towards residential treatment and the provision of physical and behavioral health services addressing Substance Use Disorder (SUD) while prioritizing connections to the natural environment that are compatible with Franklin Park, among other specified goals outline in the RFP.

Please visit Shattuck Campus Planning to learn more about the planning process, project history, key background documents, and public engagement process.

Please visit Shattuck Hospital relocation to the East Newton Pavilion to find more information on the Shattuck Hospital relocation.


Questions about the project can be sent to