Cambridge Means Diversity… in Condos
When you say the word “condo,” to people across the US, my guess is that most of them will picture a concrete-and-glass high rise building. In Cambridge, however, our condos come in all shapes and sizes, from the very common 2-3 unit association retrofit from what was once a single-family Victorian home, to the brick Harlow-style and courtyard buildings of the early 20th century, to a range of 60s and 70s mid-to-high rise buildings, to the ultra-modern new construction found over at NorthPoint.
Last week while I was taking my dog on his morning walk, I decided to photograph some of the condo diversity along Harvard Street, in about a mile-long stretch between Harvard Square and my home in Area Four. So here’s just a slice of what Cambridge condos can look like: