Cantabrigians voiced concerns that the D.C.-based &pizza’s arrival in Harvard Square may detract from the Square’s unique character.
Cambridge city officials are pushing the owners of the long-vacant Harvard Square Theater to come up with a plan for its future soon—and threatening to seize the site if they do not.
A roundtable discussion at Cambridge City Hall turned tense at times as attendees discussed recent developments in Harvard Square with representatives from Harvard and other major property owners like Equity One and Gerald L. Chan.
Tatte, the bakery and cafe that opened in the Harvard Square location previously occupied by Panera, prepares for the thousands of visitors that will be at the Harvard-Yale game this weekend. “We’re likely going to learn a lot and come up with some local ideas for next year,” said Tzurit Or, owner of Tatte.