Harvard University

100 South Campus Drive Graduate Student Housing

The purpose of the project is to create new graduate student housing, including amenities, to support Harvard’s continued growth on the Allston side of the Charles River. RMF is performing MEP engineering services for the project consisting of designing approximately 300,000 GSF of apartment, amenity spaces, and support functions as well as a 35,000 SF underground parking garage. The project is designed to achieve PHIUS and Living Building Challenge certifications in addition to meeting Harvard’s rigorous Green Building Standards.

Size300,000 SF

LocationBoston, Massachusetts

ServicesMEP Building Engineering, Energy & Decarbonization

MarketHigher Education


The project is being designed to Phius, Living Building Challenge Core, and LEED Gold standards.

The project is the final connection point of the Harvard Allston District Energy Facility for which RMF designed the source equipment, distribution, and the terminal systems.

100 South Campus Drive Graduate Student HousingHarvard University