UPDATED: Oct. 18, 2010. Living areas and assessed property values were compiled from data published by the City of Cambridge.
Though most Harvard students have walked by properties owned by final clubs, many have never been inside their million (and in some cases, multi-million) dollar clubhouses. As part of Flyby’s final club series, we’ve profiled club real estate holdings in Cambridge. Check out the interactive map above, then get more details below.
Location : 1270 Mass. Ave. (the A.D., TD Bank)
Living area: 13,701 square feet
Location: 9 Linden St.
Living area: 9,232 square feet
Location: 72 Mt. Auburn St.
Living area: 5,771 square feet
Location: 64 Mt. Auburn St.
Living area: 11,619 square feet
Location: 16 Holyoke Place (parking lot)
Location: 45 Dunster St. (J. Press, the Bee Club)
Living area: 7,642 square feet
Location: 46 JFK St.
Living area: 6,996 square feet
Location: 30 Holyoke St.
Living area: 9,060 square feet
Location: 1324 Mass. Ave.
Living area: 10,208 square feet
Location: 8 Holyoke St. (Sandrine’s Bistro)
Living area: 4,764 square feet
Location: 8R Holyoke St. (parking lot)
Location: 76 Mt. Auburn St.
Living area: 8,112 square feet
Graphic by Sanghyeon Park/The Harvard Crimson.
This post has been revised to reflect the following corrections:
CORRECTIONS: October 19, 2010
An earlier version of the graphic accompanying the Oct. 17 FlyBy post "Final Club Real Estate" switched the locations of the Fly and the Spee.
The graphic also stated that the Spee owned owns the Bee and J.Press. In fact, the Fly owns them.