Is Harvard replicating the Seaport in Allston?
There's still time to build an urban fabric worthy of the university's name
SLEEK EXPENSIVE apartment houses with river views. Laboratory and office buildings in symmetrical rows. A hotel, a conference center, a central plaza. Upscale retail at ground level. Trees, planters, native plants. An enclave of privilege. Such is Harvard’s vision so far for its new Enterprise Research Campus in Allston. Alternatively, consider this: a dense aggregation(...)