New LEED Gold residence hall at Harvard

June 01, 2008 |
                    

Elkus Manfredi Architecture's design for Harvard University's first LEED Gold residence facility was recently completed on its Cambridge, Mass., campus. The six-story building, with 141 apartments and 190 below-grade parking spaces on three levels, was constructed by John Moriarty & Associates, Winchester, Mass. It is the centerpiece of the Harvard University Graduate Commons, a longtime redevelopment of one of Harvard's residential areas.

 

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