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Big Business May Bid For M.T.A. Yards

Price Might Rise Up to $50 Million

By Bruce L. Paisner

The University may be bidding some of the largest real estate developers in the United States for the St. MTA Yards.

The CRIMSON learned yesterday that MTA is planning to advertise the in the Wall Street Journal during member. Such action would bring the to the attention of most national estate syndicates.

The valuable 12-acre plot was officially for sale Thursday with classified advertisements in several Boston newspapers. Sealed bids for the land must be admitted to the Authority by 12 noon Dec. 28.

an informal meeting with members Cambridge City Council last Monday evening, MTA General Manager Thomas J. McLernon indicated that the has already received inquiries the Yards from several national developers.

MTA has indicated informally that million would be a reasonable price the Yards, but informed sources say the property could command any- from $10 to $50 million, because of inflated real estate prices in Cambridge.

May Still Go to Harvard

The MTA wants to sell the Yards to University, it has left itself several loopholes to avoid selling to the bidder. Previous statements have that the Corporation will not to pay much above $7 million.

MTA declared in its bill of sale the "proposed construction and use be most advantageous to the City Cambridge and in the general public as well as in the interest of the ." The advantages to Cambridge the public will be decided by the Board of Trustees.

The CRIMSON learned yesterday that MTA is planning to advertise the in the Wall Street Journal during member. Such action would bring the to the attention of most national estate syndicates.

The valuable 12-acre plot was officially for sale Thursday with classified advertisements in several Boston newspapers. Sealed bids for the land must be admitted to the Authority by 12 noon Dec. 28.

an informal meeting with members Cambridge City Council last Monday evening, MTA General Manager Thomas J. McLernon indicated that the has already received inquiries the Yards from several national developers.

MTA has indicated informally that million would be a reasonable price the Yards, but informed sources say the property could command any- from $10 to $50 million, because of inflated real estate prices in Cambridge.

May Still Go to Harvard

The MTA wants to sell the Yards to University, it has left itself several loopholes to avoid selling to the bidder. Previous statements have that the Corporation will not to pay much above $7 million.

MTA declared in its bill of sale the "proposed construction and use be most advantageous to the City Cambridge and in the general public as well as in the interest of the ." The advantages to Cambridge the public will be decided by the Board of Trustees.

The valuable 12-acre plot was officially for sale Thursday with classified advertisements in several Boston newspapers. Sealed bids for the land must be admitted to the Authority by 12 noon Dec. 28.

an informal meeting with members Cambridge City Council last Monday evening, MTA General Manager Thomas J. McLernon indicated that the has already received inquiries the Yards from several national developers.

MTA has indicated informally that million would be a reasonable price the Yards, but informed sources say the property could command any- from $10 to $50 million, because of inflated real estate prices in Cambridge.

May Still Go to Harvard

The MTA wants to sell the Yards to University, it has left itself several loopholes to avoid selling to the bidder. Previous statements have that the Corporation will not to pay much above $7 million.

MTA declared in its bill of sale the "proposed construction and use be most advantageous to the City Cambridge and in the general public as well as in the interest of the ." The advantages to Cambridge the public will be decided by the Board of Trustees.

an informal meeting with members Cambridge City Council last Monday evening, MTA General Manager Thomas J. McLernon indicated that the has already received inquiries the Yards from several national developers.

MTA has indicated informally that million would be a reasonable price the Yards, but informed sources say the property could command any- from $10 to $50 million, because of inflated real estate prices in Cambridge.

May Still Go to Harvard

The MTA wants to sell the Yards to University, it has left itself several loopholes to avoid selling to the bidder. Previous statements have that the Corporation will not to pay much above $7 million.

MTA declared in its bill of sale the "proposed construction and use be most advantageous to the City Cambridge and in the general public as well as in the interest of the ." The advantages to Cambridge the public will be decided by the Board of Trustees.

MTA has indicated informally that million would be a reasonable price the Yards, but informed sources say the property could command any- from $10 to $50 million, because of inflated real estate prices in Cambridge.

May Still Go to Harvard

The MTA wants to sell the Yards to University, it has left itself several loopholes to avoid selling to the bidder. Previous statements have that the Corporation will not to pay much above $7 million.

MTA declared in its bill of sale the "proposed construction and use be most advantageous to the City Cambridge and in the general public as well as in the interest of the ." The advantages to Cambridge the public will be decided by the Board of Trustees.

May Still Go to Harvard

The MTA wants to sell the Yards to University, it has left itself several loopholes to avoid selling to the bidder. Previous statements have that the Corporation will not to pay much above $7 million.

MTA declared in its bill of sale the "proposed construction and use be most advantageous to the City Cambridge and in the general public as well as in the interest of the ." The advantages to Cambridge the public will be decided by the Board of Trustees.

MTA declared in its bill of sale the "proposed construction and use be most advantageous to the City Cambridge and in the general public as well as in the interest of the ." The advantages to Cambridge the public will be decided by the Board of Trustees.

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