New Olympics plan would give rise to 2 neighborhoods Declare a rare economic opportunity beyond 2024, envision billions in private development ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page A new plan for the 2024 Summer Games calls for building two new neighborhoods at Widett Circle and Columbia Point. Boston 2024 This image shows Widett Circle as it stands today. Boston 2024 An image released as part of a revised Olympics bid shows the envisioned site for a stadium at Widett Circle. Boston 2024 After the 2024 Summer Games, the stadium would be replaced by a park and surrounding development. Boston 2024 This image shows the concept for the athlete’s village during the 2024 Games. Boston 2024 This image shows how Columbia Point might look after the Games. Boston 2024 Another drawing shows a view looking down Fort Point Channel at Olympic facilities including the stadium. Boston 2024 Franklin Park would host equestrian events, including jumping and dressage. Boston 2024 A rendering of what Franklin Park would look like following the Olympic Games. Boston 2024 During the Games, Harambee Park would be home to tennis events. Boston 2024 Boston 2024's plans for the park following the Games include restorations and additions, including a playground area and community gardens. Boston 2024 Northeastern University's Matthews Arena would house weightlifting and powerlifting events. Boston 2024 Squantum Park would host beach volleyball events during the Games. Boston 2024 A rendering of what Squantum Park would look like following the Games. Boston 2024 Even without the Olympics, Boston 2024 said the Columbia Point area has "unprecedented placemaking potential." Boston 2024 A map by Olympics organizers shows the sites of events that could be held around the state. Boston 2024 A closer view of the Boston area shows sites envisioned in and around the city. Boston 2024 According to an Olympic comparison map, Boston would have one of the most compact events.