MCPHS University, a pharmacy and health sciences school, “does not contemplate any new institutional projects in the City of Boston,” according to the new 10-year Institutional Master Plan (IMP) it filed with the Boston Redevelopment Authority on Dec. 11.
The lack of development in Boston is due to planned on its other campuses in Worcester and Manchester, N.H., the IMP states. On those locations, the university owns a total of 20 buildings for multiple purposes, including classroom, library and laboratory space; administrative, faculty and staff offices; meeting and conference space; and student housing.
Since the previous IMP was filed in 2002, MCPHS significantly renovated and expanded its White Building at 179 Longwood Ave.; renovated row houses at 700-702 Huntington Ave.; and the constructed the Griffin Building at 662-670 Huntington Ave.
The university enrolls approximately 6,550 students on its three campuses.