Massachusetts Institute of Technology to shift focus to facility renovation

April 4, 2011
Cambridge institution has added more than 2.7 million square feet of space

From The Boston Globe: Over the last decade, the the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s footprint in Cambridge has increased by more than 2.7 million square feet, its largest building boom since the federally funded postwar expansion of the 1960s. Now, as MIT celebrates its sesquicentennial this month, it is beginning to turn its attention toward renovating facilities and developing neighboring commercial holdings.

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