Overview

The following are links to current and ongoing projects of The Cambridge Redevelopment Authority.  

THE CAMBRIDGE CENTER MASTER PLAN

The Kendall Square Urban Renewal Plan (KSURP) includes a major urban mixed-use project on a 24-acre site within the 42-acre Kendall Square Urban Renewal Area, directly across the Charles River from downtown Boston. More.

 

AMES STREET DEVELOPMENTS

Ames Street in Kendall Square is undergoing a transformation. Originally built as a wide road access road serving two parking garages and loading areas, two infill development are underway and a new streetscape plan is in design, which will allow the northern block of Ames Street to evolve into an active urban space. More.


FOUNDRY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

The Foundry was built in 1890, with side wings added in 1910.  At that time the building was used as a foundry, all on one floor, at ground level. The building’s original open, high bay design was modified in 1982 through the addition of three structured floor levels within the building and the entrance. More.


GRAND JUNCTION PATHWAY

The proposed Grand Junction Community Path will run alongside the existing tracks in the Grand Junction corridor from the Boston University Bridge connecting to the planned extension of the Somerville Community Path to be constructed as part of the Green line Extension. More.


ECODISTRICT

The EcoDistrict framework brings together public and private partners to innovate sustainable neighborhoods of the future. For Kendall Square, the EcoDistrict framework provides a platform to continually improve the area’s vibrancy through collective and voluntary actions. More