Details of the Harvard-Agassiz agreement

From Harvard Magaizine - Agassiz Agreement
...the relationship that Harvard has nurtured with the Agassiz neighborhood is one that the University values. How much? In addition to the mitigation measures and construction of amenities for the neighborhood (pedestrian pathways, landscaping, and enhanced lighting, for example) that will continue throughout the buildout of the area, Harvard has agreed to establish and fund a science-education initiative in the Cambridge public schools worth about $1.5 million. In addition, Harvard will contribute about $1 million to fund recreational programs for Cambridge residents. The $2.5 million total in benefits is tied specifically to phase one, the three FAS buildings, which will entail 670,000 square feet of space above and below grade
The first 3 projects in Allston total approx. 615,000 sq ft (Science Center - 500,000, Art Museum - 90,000, Arts & Culture Space - 25,000), very similar to the 670,000 of building in the Agassiz case

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