Harvard Agrees to Housing Demands in Allston

In a sign of Boston’s new approach to development under Mayor Michelle Wu, a stalled 900,000-square-foot Harvard University project in Allston is poised for approval after the school agreed to the highest percentage of affordable units by a private developer in the city.

West Station Gives Boston a Second Chance on Transit

Boston’s next major transit hub should offer frequent commuter rail service to prevent the Allston neighborhood from being overwhelmed with traffic congestion, Metropolitan Area Planning Council said in a report on the $2 billion Allston multimodal project.

Wu Touts Housing Potential at Beacon Yards

For one morning at least, the city of Boston, Harvard University and Massachusetts Department of Transportation appeared to be on the same page about their vision for the Interstate 90 multimodal project and how it will lay the groundwork for the massive Beacon Yards development site in Allston.

Town-Gown Chasm Widens in Allston

It wasn’t supposed to be this difficult to push the first part of Harvard University’s new Enterprise Research Campus across the finish line. But community opposition and personnel changes have put the project into an uncertain holding pattern.

Harvard Seeks Air Rights Development over Mass. Pike

Harvard University is seeking to build an air rights development above the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston as part of the $1.7 billion Interstate 90 rebuild, according to a letter from a state legislator asking Harvard to go public with its plans.

Harvard Plans 1M SF Expansion of Allston Project

Harvard University and developer Tishman Speyer laid out details of their 900,000 square foot Enterprise Research Center campus in Allston along with plans for another 1 million square feet of future development on Western Avenue.