610 Main Street (Pfizer Campus)

Plaza + Streetscape | Cambridge, Massachusetts

A part of MIT’s real estate holdings in Kendall Square, 610 Main Street strives to enhance the innovation environment the university fosters across its portfolio.
Halvorson Design developed the Watson Courtyard at the center of this two-building campus as a pedestrian-friendly amenity space for biotech, science and technology workers, as well as a growing number of Kendall Square residents in this 18-hour community.

Through a series of pathways, bench seating and plantings, the site responds to ___. The campus achieved LEED Gold status in 2016 and features a rain garden which filters and manages the site’s stormwater. Along the Main Street edge, Halvorson Design incorporated a streetscape that complements the active retail spaces through the use of ____.

prINCIPAL-IN-CHARGE

Robert Uhlig ASLA LEED AP BD+C

 

Team

Client:
MITIMCo

Architect:
Elkus Manfredi Architects