- Arts + Culture
The Foundry is due for more public input to decide its use, but everything from CRA involvement to private fundraising is still on the table in finding ways to pay for it.
An already unpopular plan for East Cambridge’s least favorite building got another hit or two Monday.
The Forge Baking Co. lets the team behind Diesel and Bloc 11 make its own pastry and breads, allowing a degree of menu control it’s wanted since 2007.
MIT’s campus around the Kendall Square T stop could sprout a lush green park and a half-dozen new buildings in the next two decades.
The Lechmere T station is due for at least its third long-term transportation disruption in a decade, but the area may yet get a public market afterward.
Neighborhood opposition to plans for East Cambridge’s former courthouse is growing again, taking form in a new group ahead of a March 4 meeting of the Planning Board.
As much as Google’s proposed sign for its Kendall Square offices tickled members of the CRA, its designs for a connector building were cause for anger and dire warnings.
In addition to contemplating community loans and grants as a payback to the city, Cambridge Redevelopment members are enthusiastic about contributing to renewal of the Foundry building.
The Planning Board unanimously greenlighted development Tuesday of 10 Essex Street, a 46-unit residential development called a “non-auto building” in the heart of Central Square.
The Cambridge Historical Commission is seeking nominations for its 2014 Preservation Awards program for projects contributing to the preservation of the city’s historic character and built environment.