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|1||M.I.T. Kendall Square Dorm||104.3 m / 342 ft|
|2||Akamai Technologies Global Headquarters||90.6 m / 297 ft|
|3||Proto Kendall Square||86.6 m / 284 ft|
|4||MIT Kendall Square Building 5||85.4 m / 280 ft|
|5||Eastgate Married Student Housing||84.5 m / 277 ft|
|6||Avalon North Point||84.4 m / 277 ft|
|7||Cecil and Ida Green Center for Earth Sciences||84.4 m / 277 ft|
|8||Broad Institute||80.3 m / 264 ft|
|9||NorthPoint TWENTY | 20||72.3 m / 237 ft|
|10||MIT Kendall Square SoMa||71.6 m / 235 ft|
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17 October 2016
Tall buildings increasingly dominate our skylines as an almost inevitable response to urbanisation. They often do not integrate well with the urban habitat in which...
02 March 2020
For a long time, Kendall Square has lacked a public gathering space, or much in the way of any type of cultural space. Now, a...