Harvard University’s plans for an extension of its campus in Allston took more definite shape with the selection of a site and architect for a half-million-square-foot science complex, as well as the announcement of plans for new arts and culture facilities.

PPS facilitated a Placemaking workshop with 50 Allston residents, who discussed ways the surrounding community could benefit from a future campus and proposed ideas like outdoor meeting places, parks, play areas, fountains, cafes, restaurants, and possibly a farmers’ market. Harvard and the Allston community task force appointed by the mayor in December 2005 are also meeting regularly to discuss these and other ideas.

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Harvard Takes First Allston Steps, Refines Master Plans was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by ksalay@pps.org
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