Might the newest “next Kendall Square” end up growing in Allston?
Three-building complex would go up next to a big Harvard-backed project A group of real estate developers has proposed building a three-building, 607,900-square-foot biotechnology and life sciences hub along Western Avenue in Allston, Boston, Massachusetts
The project—which would also include 40 housing units, 21,100 square feet of ground-floor retail, and 1,900 square feet of civic space (probably a park)—would cover 4.3 acres now housing Stadium Auto Body, a diner, a sandwich shop, parking lots, and some houses.
The hub, which has been dubbed NEXUS at the Allston Innovation Corridor, would also go up next to Harvard’s big 36-acre satellite campus in Allston. That project by itself has been compared with the creation of a new neighborhood. Might the addition of NEXUS nextdoor further that? Are we looking at yet another “next Kendall Square”? The NEXUS plans are under city review. Stay tuned. Developers unwrap plans for biotech startup buildings in Allston [Hub] 7 neighborhoods in the Boston area that everyone should be watching [Curbed Boston] Harvard’s Allston
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