This plan guides the growth of Harvard University on more than 200 acres of brownfield for the potential development of more than 9M GSF of mixed uses.
The plans for the four separate yet interrelated campuses provide a roadmap for growth and are influenced by the region’s unique climate and culture.
This architecture and urban design project is transforming the Atturaif Living Museum into a world-class UNESCO World Heritage site.
The master plan addresses transportation, retail and office infill, streetscapes, landscape, sustainability, water, infrastructure, and economic concerns.
This master plan has three goals: to reopen the original entry, to reinstall the world-class collection, and to develop a plan to expand the museum’s audience.
Following the completion of a strategic plan, the university needed a master plan update to reflect its goals and to begin planning for a new expansion zone.
The master plan respects the heritage of this former psychiatric hospital while allowing for 750,000 SF of new and renovated spaces for campus growth.
Drivers of the 20-year campus master plan include academic discovery, meaningful connections with the community, and incorporating natural elements into the campus aesthetic.
Developed over more than a decade, this growth framework accommodates cutting-edge facilities to support faculty, staff, and corporate partners while enhancing overall campus quality and character.
The new vision for the campus is a compact, connected, and coherent setting, while serving the college’s practical need to supply new facilities and infrastructure.
This 30-acre urban design master plan examines the potential for a mixed-use innovation district that creates a vibrant urban environment and fosters workforce training and economic development.