View images of mock-ups of the new room layouts.
Commercial development of housing, a “private-sector enterprise research campus,” and a hotel and conference center would replace much of the academic expansion Harvard envisioned earlier.
In a straitened era, landmark construction projects advance academic goals.
“Old Quincy” renovation will test designs and construction for comprehensive modernization of undergraduate residences.
Harvard renews an older building to create new labs in Cambridge for stem-cell research.
Construction continues at the Law School and begins at the Fogg Art Museum.
With construction on its huge science facility in Allston halted, Harvard reconsiders its planned expansion there.
The University will halt construction on its Allston science complex, and—significantly—revisit plans for campus development more broadly.
An update on Harvard construction
As construction cools, renovation ramps up.
Hasty Pudding Theatricals (HPT) returns to its historic home this year for its 160th production. (Since the inaugural show in 1844, the group…
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Ten million square feet of new buildings, as many as 12,000 new jobs, and many billions of dollars: the numbers alone suggest the scope of…