Woulda, coulda, shoulda

In its development stage, this property at 309 Massachusetts Ave was a yogi’s dream: a beautiful new space for yoga and wellness led by some major names in Cambridge / Boston yoga. Despite the hype, the project withered and the space never opened. According to the neighbors, the yogis overspent on construction and the project was shuttered mid-project. But this prime empty Mass Ave location is not a victim of the economy, but rather a victim of MIT’s new policy of “evaluating” all of its current property holdings in Cambridge. Learning this made me curious-how much property does MIT own in Cambridge, and what are its policies towards community development with regards to its vacant commercial properties?


2 responses to “Woulda, coulda, shoulda

  1. Don’t know if you’re following it, but Bob Healy said this week he’d like to attract a discount clothing store (Marshall’s, TJMaxx) to the Pearl Art storefront. And Gus Racontore reports on several new eateries moving in nearby.

  2. Wow, that might actually be a good addition to the square. It would certainly draw a lot of business. What do you think?

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