Shattuck Campus at Morton Street Planning

The Shattuck Hospital will be moving all of its hospital beds and services to the East Newton Pavilion in the South End in 2025.

In early 2020, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts completed a 12+ month vision planning process for the future use of the 13-acre Shattuck Campus in Jamaica Plain. This extensive engagement with a Community Advisory Board (CAB) resulted in the Vision Plan: Redevelopment of the Shattuck Campus at Morton Street. The Plan incorporates key principles and areas of consensus developed by the CAB and larger community for the Campus while recognizing that the use of the site is restricted to public health purposes, per the statute transferring Shattuck to the State (c. 770, 1949).

In December 2020, a Preliminary Project Proposal (PPP) was approved by the Asset Management Board. The PPP incorporates the Vision Plan goals, principles, and recommendations.

The recommendations in the Vision Plan will inform a future RFP. The purpose of the RFP process is to seek partner(s) to redevelop the Shattuck Campus at Morton Street, consistent with desired program and planning principles.

The Plan:
• Describes existing conditions;
• Summarizes the planning process and context (including community input);
• Summarizes the findings from a Health Needs and Services Assessment;
• Identifies Planning Principles and Design Goals;
• Provides recommendations for a program and service model that address the findings from Health Needs & Services Assessment.

On June 29, 2021 at 3pm, the Asset Management Board (AMB) voted on and approved a revised Final Project Proposal (draft Final Project Proposal) for the Redevelopment of the Shattuck Campus at Morton Street. The Commonwealth released the Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Shattuck Campus on June 14, 2022. See the link below to learn more about the RFP.

The AMB reviews and approves proposed projects that involve the long-term lease of real estate assets held by state agencies and enables a competitive disposition process, such as a Request for Proposals (RFP) process.

Learn more about the plan below.