Two residential buildings, one in Kendall Square and the other in Central Square, are each a tiny step closer to becoming a reality. But the Central Square project is drawing concerns about parking and aesthetics.
The city is headed toward approving a five-fold increase in “fast food” in Kendall Square without having a definition of fast food – or, rather, it has a definition, but not one residents or city councillors understand or want.
A ribbon-cutting coming Thursday is for top-notch green real estate with a surprise: It’s public housing. The aid for low-income residents continues with 25 affordable units preserved in Harvard Square.
The zoning accompanying a 22-story apartment building set to go up in Kendall Square nearly went through Monday, but was pulled back at the last minute by a city councillor seeking “reconsideration.”
Despite budget strictures, Cambridge Health Alliance will spend $2.1 million for equipment and renovations allowing doctors to perform more potentially lucrative procedures.