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    Harvard Interactive Map

    Improving connectivity and visibility of resources across the University

  • Northwest view of some of Harvard’s land holdings in Allston, including the science and engineering complex, and Stadium.

    The Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center

    A new dynamic center of University life, enabling the greater Harvard community to come together in new and exciting ways.

  • Built in 2020 and designed by Behnisch Architekten, the SEC will welcome its first cohort of students in the fall of 2021.

    Science and Engineering Complex (SEC)

    Built in 2020 and designed by Behnisch Architekten, the SEC will welcome its first cohort of students in the fall of 2021.

  • Aeronaut Beer garden event at Zone 3, a Harvard-sparked initiative to further activate and energize Western Avenue.

    Activation at Zone 3

    Aeronaut Beer garden event at Zone 3, a Harvard-sparked initiative to further activate and energize Western Avenue.

  • Creative programming and retail at Zone 3, a Harvard-sparked initiative to further activate and energize Western Avenue.

    Zone 3 – Podcast Garage and Walls on Western Program

    Creative programming and retail at Zone 3, a Harvard-sparked initiative to further activate and energize Western Avenue.

  • Klarman Hall at Harvard Business School in Allston, MA.

    Harvard Business School

    Klarman Hall at Harvard Business School in Allston, MA.

  • Quincy, Bow and DeWolfe Street Bike Corridor

    Quincy, Bow and DeWolfe Street Bike Corridor

    The bike corridor from Quincy to DeWolfe Streets provides a safer cycling route between the Cambridge and Allston campus.

  • Harvard Yard Chairs

    Harvard Yard Chairs

    Introduced in 2009, clusters of colorful chairs and tables make the campus a more inviting place to relax, eat, and meet.

 

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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.

 

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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.

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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.

 

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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.

 

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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.

 

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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.

 

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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.
 
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Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is responsible for the stewardship of one of the world’s most iconic campus settings and advances Harvard’s mission of teaching and research by enhancing, sustaining, and optimizing the physical campus to achieve planning and design excellence. Today, the University includes diverse locations in Massachusetts, throughout the United States and across the world, including its campus in Cambridge, Allston, and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA); regional areas like the Arnold Arboretum; and other national and international locations. To achieve a vision for a cohesive “One Harvard,” HUPAD partners with Schools and Units to advance a transparent and collaborative University-wide planning framework that ensures every corner of campus is situated within a thoughtful planning strategy. HUPAD also works with partners, neighborhoods, and cities to address wider planning, design and sustainability objectives.

 

Harvard Campuses

An important focus of Harvard University Planning and Design (HUPAD) is to ensure that all University planning is conducted within the context of "One Harvard." The University includes diverse campus settings throughout the United States and the world. Most of HUPAD's work involves the Cambridge campus, its campus and urban property in Allston, facilities in Boston's Longwood Medical Area, and the Arnold Arboretum in Boston. Because these areas differ in terms of University program and area context, HUPAD emphasizes a unified vision of Harvard's campus by providing comprehensive University planning.