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According to Harvard Square Business Association director Denise Jillson, the pizza chain and dessert dive hope to open sometime this fall.
A University investment in Brazilian farmland could face a lawsuit as prosecutors review allegations that a Harvard-linked company does not rightfully own the land.
The Andover Shop has been a Harvard Square staple since 1953 and a go-to formal wear shop for generations of Harvard students and Cantabrigians.
Wholesome Fresh, a casual restaurant-convenience store hybrid that started in Rhode Island, opened its doors to Harvard Square Thursday morning in the property formerly occupied by Market in the Square.
The fast-casual chain takes over a space formerly leased by the Boston-based burrito company Boloco.
Pokéworks, a poke fast-food chain, opened its doors in Harvard Square last week on a stormy day when many stores closed in preparation for a nor’easter.
Hair Cuttery’s Harvard Square storefront will be snipped from its Mt. Auburn location on March 17 following an unexpected rent increase.
National chain &pizza has sought to secure the necessary approvals to open in one of several currently empty properties in the Square.
Saloniki—a local Greek fast food chain—and Oggi Gourmet will be among seven vendors located in the new Smith Campus Center when the building opens this fall.
Students who stopped by said they were impressed by the store’s open decor and tasty coffee.
The Cambridge Planning Board asked Regency Centers Corporation to re-submit its proposal for a Harvard Sq. mall.
In a meeting that ultimately ended without an official recommendation, Cambridge City officials and residents debated the merits of a controversial zoning petition.
Cardullo’s Gourmet Shoppe, a Harvard Square icon since 1950, is planning to open a second location of its specialty food store in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood.
Blue Bottle Coffee will soon open its liege waffle and avocado toast-filled doors at 40 Bow St., though the opening comes nearly six months later than store had initially planned.
Session’s decision comes just days after the first-ever medical marijuana dispensary opened in Harvard Square.