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60 Oxford Street is a six level (two below grade and four vertical levels), 91,000 square foot building, constructed in 2003, which has been vacant since the departure of Harvard University Information Technology (HUIT) and, more recently, the Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). The renovation project will enable the University to accomplish two strategic objectives in science and engineering: 1) provide expanded state-of-the-art laboratory and collaborative space for the HQI, and 2) allow for the co-location of the Rowland Fellows program, currently located in East Cambridge, with the FAS and SEAS science and engineering research community in the north campus precinct. The renovation will provide an identifiable home for HQI that creates an interdisciplinary, collaborative research environment by leveraging the capabilities of one of the campus’s newer buildings. The proposed impacts approximately 60,000 GSF of the 91,000 GSF building. Proposed work assumes the renovation of all floors of the main building (south of the main atrium), one of the two floors of the Pavilion, plus mechanical spaces, and rooftop work. The project will have a strong focus on energy savings and is expected to meet LEED Gold certification.

OwnerHarvard UniversityProject Size91,000 sfProject Value$50MCompletion Date2022MarketRenovation & RestorationServiceGeneral Contractor (Joint Venture)

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