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N O RTH P O I NT EAST CAMBRIDGE DESIGN GUIDELINES October 25, 2016 - MARK UP

DIVCO WEST OWNER AND DEVELOPER HYM DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR NOTE: THIS DOCUMENT IS A MARK UP TO HIGHLIGHT THE NEW AND EDITED TEXT IN 2016 NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES WITH COMPARISION TO THE 2003 EASTERN CAMBRIDGE DESIGN GUIDELINES: NORTHPOINT. YELLOW HIGHLIGHT: TEXT/SECTIONS MODIFIED FROM 2003 VERSION ORANGE HIGHLIGHT: NEW TEXT/ SECTIONS ADDED CBT ARCHITECTS MASTER-PLANNING AND URBAN DESIGN MICHAEL VAN VALKENBURGH ASSOCIATES LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT GOULSTON & STORES GALLUCCIO & WATSON LEGAL GSP PCA RETAIL BEALS THOMAS CIVIL VHB TRAFFIC WALKER PARKING NO HIGHLIGHT: TEXT SAME AS 2003 VERSION

TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE 5 PURPOSE 5 ORGANIZATION 5 01 URBAN STRUCTURE 7 1.1 THE NORTHPOINT NEIGHBORHOOD 8 1.2 URBAN DESIGN GOALS 9 1.3 GREEN CONNECTIONS 10 1.4 VIEW CORRIDORS & LANDMARKS 11 1.5 MASTERPLAN EXHIBITS 12 02 BUILT-FORM 19 2.1 SCALE AND MASSING 2.1.1 BUILD TO LINE 2.1.2 PUBLIC STREETS 2.1.3 PARK EDGES 2.1.4 ROOFTOPS 2.1.5 RESIDENTIAL MASSING AND ARTICULATION 2.1.6 COMMERCIAL MASSING AND ARTICULATION 2.1.7 STAND ALONE RETAIL BUILDING MASSING AND ARTICULATION 20 21 21 21 21 22 23 03 PUBLIC REALM 37 05 BLOCK GUIDELINES 65 3.1 OPEN SPACES 3.1.1 OPEN SPACE PROGRAMMING 3.1.2 PARKS 3.1.3 PLAZAS 3.1.4 POCKET PARK CONNECTORS 3.1.5 ACTIVE POCKET PARKS 3.1.6 SEMI PRIVATE OPEN SPACES 39 39 41 42 43 45 46 5.1 PARCEL A 66 5.2 PARCEL B 67 5.3 PARCEL C 68 5.4 PARCEL D 69 3.2 STREETSCAPE AND CIRCULATION 1.3.2A CHARACTER 3.2.1 FIRST STREET 3.2.2 DAWES STREET 3.2.3 NORTH POINT BOULEVARD 3.2.4 WEST BOULEVARD 3.2.5 NORTH STREET 3.2.6 WATER STREET 3.2.7 EAST STREET 3.2.8 CHILD STREET 3.2.9 SERVICE DRIVES 47 47 48 50 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 5.5 PARCEL EF 70 5.6 PARCEL G 71 5.7 PARCEL H 72 5.8 PARCEL I 73 5.9 PARCEL I RETAIL 74 5.10 PARCEL JK 75 5.11 PARCEL LM 76 5.12 PARCEL Q1 77 5.13 PARCEL Q2 78 5.14 PARCEL R 79 5.15 PARCEL U 80 5.16 PARCEL V 81 5.17 PARCEL W 82 04 TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC TRANSIT NODES 61 4.1 TRANSIT 62 24 4.2 PEDESTRIAN 62 2.2 STREET-LEVEL USES AND DESIGN 2.2.1 RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS 2.2.2 MIXED-USE BLOCKS OR COMMERCIAL BLOCKS 2.2.3 RETAIL BLOCKS 25 26 27 28 4.3 BICYCLE/OTHER NON-MOTORIZED VEHICLES 62 4.4 GILMORE BRIDGE/ORANGE LINE LOCUS 62 4.5 LECHMERE SQUARE LOCUS 62 2.3 ARCHITECTURAL CHARACTER 2.3.1 RESIDENTIAL 2.3.2 COMMERCIAL 2.3.3 LIGHTING 30 30 31 31 4.6 MBTA FACILITIES 62 4.7 WAYFINDING 62 2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES (LEED PRINCIPLES) 32 4.8 MULTI-USE PATH 63 2.5 PARKING/SERVICE 33 06 MODEL IMAGES AND DIGITAL RENDERINGS 85

FIGURES APPENDIX 01 URBAN STRUCTURE EXHIBIT: 01 EXHIBIT: 02 EXHIBIT: 03 EXHIBIT: 04 EXHIBIT: 05 EXHIBIT: 06 EXHIBIT: 07 EXHIBIT: 08 EXHIBIT: 09 EXHIBIT: 10 EXHIBIT: 11 NORTHPOINT NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT CONCEPTUAL RENDERINGS CONNECTION PLAN DIAGRAM EXISTING VIEW CORRIDORS TO THE SITE VIEW CORRIDOR SNAP SHOTS CONCEPTUAL LANDUSE PLAN CONCEPTUAL OPEN SPACE PLAN ZONING ENVELOPE LOCATION OF 220’ TOWERS CONCEPTUAL RETAIL PLAN CONCEPTUAL PHASING PLAN 02 BUILT-FORM EXHIBIT: 12 EXHIBIT: 13 EXHIBIT: 14 EXHIBIT: 15 EXHIBIT: 16 EXHIBIT: 17 EXHIBIT: 18 EXHIBIT: 19 EXHIBIT: 20 EXHIBIT: 21 EXHIBIT: 22 EXHIBIT: 23 EXHIBIT: 24 EXHIBIT: 25 EXHIBIT: 26 EXHIBIT: 27 EXHIBIT: 28 EXHIBIT: 29 EXHIBIT: 30 4 ILLUSTRATIVE OVERALL MASSING STRATEGY BUILD-TO LINE DIAGRAM SETBACK DIAGRAM TYPICAL RESIDENTIAL MASSING RESIDENTIAL MASSING PRECEDENT TYPICAL COMMERCIAL MASSING COMMERCIAL MASSING PRECEDENT SMALL RETAIL BUILDING MASSING PRECEDENT STREET LEVEL USE PLAN RESIDENTIAL GROUND FLOOR PRECEDENTS COMMERCIAL GROUND FLOOR PRECEDENTS GROUND FLOOR RETAIL PRECEDENTS STAND ALONE RETAIL PRECEDENTS RESIDENTIAL FACADES COMMERCIAL FACADES STORMWATER COLLECTION IN NORTHPOINT COMMON LOADING PLAN INTEGRATION OF ABOVE GRADE PARKING ALONG MBTA TRACKS PROTECTED BIKE RACKS AND BIKE STATIONS 7 8 9 10 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 03 PUBLIC REALM EXHIBIT: 31 EXHIBIT: 32 EXHIBIT: 33 EXHIBIT: 34 EXHIBIT: 35 EXHIBIT: 36 EXHIBIT: 37 EXHIBIT: 38 EXHIBIT: 39 EXHIBIT: 40 EXHIBIT: 41 EXHIBIT: 42 EXHIBIT: 43 EXHIBIT: 44 EXHIBIT: 46 EXHIBIT: 45 EXHIBIT: 47 EXHIBIT: 48 EXHIBIT: 49 EXHIBIT: 50 EXHIBIT: 51 EXHIBIT: 52 RENDERED SITE PLAN PUBLIC REALM HIERARCHY PROGRAMMING AND ACTIVATION PARKS PRECEDENTS PLAZA PRECEDENTS POCKET PARK CONNECTOR PRECEDENTS BALDWIN PARK ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS ACTIVE POCKET PARKS PRECEDENTS SEMI PRIVATE OPEN SPACE PRECEDENTS FIRST STREET CONCEPTUAL AERIAL FIRST STREET PRECEDENTS FIRST STREET ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS DAWES STREET PRECEDENTS DAWES STREET ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS NORTHPOINT BLVD. PRECEDENTS NORTHPOINT BLVD. ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS WEST BLVD. ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS NORTH STREET ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS WATER STREET ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS EAST STREET ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS CHILD STREET ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS SERVICE DRIVE ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS 04 TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC TRANSIT NODES EXHIBIT: 53 MULTI-USE PATH ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 05 BLOCK GUIDELINES EXHIBIT: 54 EXHIBIT: 55 EXHIBIT: 56 EXHIBIT: 57 EXHIBIT: 58 EXHIBIT: 59 EXHIBIT: 60 EXHIBIT: 61 EXHIBIT: 62 EXHIBIT: 63 EXHIBIT: 64 EXHIBIT: 65 EXHIBIT: 66 EXHIBIT: 67 EXHIBIT: 68 EXHIBIT: 69 EXHIBIT: 70 65 PARCEL A ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL B ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL C ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL D ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL EF ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL G ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL H ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL I ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL I RETAIL ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL JK ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL LM ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL Q1 ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL Q2 ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL R ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL U ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL V ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS PARCEL W ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS 06 MODEL IMAGES AND DIGITAL RENDERINGS 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 85 61 63 32 33 34 35 NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES

PREFACE PURPOSE ORGANIZATION The layout of the new NorthPoint neighbourhood is driven in large part by the desire to structure a contiguous public realm, which is well integrated into the surrounding neighbourhoods. The streets, sidewalks, central park, and green fingers are designed to hold together as a single network, while providing formal and functional variety. The tight city block structure sets up an urban streetscape to create a hierarchy of uses, clarity of circulation, human scale and an animated public and pedestrian realm. Short blocks along with Buildings exhibiting a diversity of architectural expression, establish a comfortable pedestrian scale common to all building types, framing streets and enlivening the sidewalks with entrances, life, and activity. These Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines: NorthPoint provide a framework for the design of a livable mixed-use community and will be provided to architects as NorthPoint buildings are designed. These guidelines will be provided to architects of each building or other public space as they are chosen to guide them in their design efforts. The guidelines represent a consensus of attitude regarding the development of the NorthPoint site as derived through several years of planning in East Cambridge by the City of Cambridge, the Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines as well as the project specific permitting and community outreach processes for the NorthPoint site. In addition, these guidelines are consistent with the parameters of the Special Permit issued by the Cambridge Planning Board in March 2003. The attached guidelines consist of six components as described below. Architects and reviewers should refer to additional documents including: the Planning Board Special Permit for NorthPoint and the roadway Network Schematic Plan that will be submitted to the Planning Board for review and approval prior to the issuance of a building permit for the first building at the site. The Guidelines Text is based on the Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines developed by the City of Cambridge. It provides the dimensional guidelines that should drive the design of buildings and other public spaces at NorthPoint. The Exhibits are graphics that illustrate the concepts described in the Guidelines Text. The Guidelines Text is the controlling component of this guideline package and where there are discrepancies between the guidelines and Exhibits or Specific Block Guidelines, the Guidelines Text will rule. Design principles used to create the NorthPoint Master Plan emphasize a variety of scale and form to reflect a diversity of experience throughout the 45-acre site. Each parcel is intended to relate to its immediate surroundings as well as the larger context. The larger context is defined by overall image, legibility, cohesiveness, scale, character, connections, and movement. Local context determinants include orientation, solar exposure, parking, views to the surroundings and the central park, definition of unbuilt open spaces, public-private hierarchy, strategic location/program/opportunity, integration of multiple uses and interface with transit. This urban design framework builds on the Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines and sets out the basic parameters, which will shape built form. It is understood that the application of these principles, including numerical guidelines, can vary with the context of specific building proposals in ways that, nevertheless, fully respect the policies’ intent. It is intended that proponents of projects and city staff, the Planning Board and the general public, where public review or approval is required, should be open to creative variations from the detailed provisions presented herein as long as the core values expressed are being served. ORIGINAL TEXT Attached are the Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines: NorthPoint (“NorthPoint Guidelines”). These guidelines are based on the Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines for the entire Eastern Cambridge area developed by the City of Cambridge and the ECaPs Committee. The North Point Design Guidelines reflect the Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines, but are specific to the North Point area and provide additional illustration of design components that may be applicable to North Point. The attached guidelines consist of four components as described below. Architects and reviewers should refer to additional documents including: the Planning Board Special Permit for NorthPoint and the roadway Network Schematic Plan that will be submitted to the Planning Board for review and approval prior to the issuance of a building permit for the first building at the site. Part 1: Guidelines Text The Guidelines Text is based on the Eastern Cambridge Design Guidelines developed by the City of Cambridge. It provides the dimensional guidelines that should drive the design of buildings and other public spaces at NorthPoint. The Guidelines Text is the controlling component of this guideline package and where there are discrepancies between the guidelines and Catalog of Images or Specific Block Guidelines, the Guidelines Text will rule. Part 2: Catalog of Images The Catalog of Images consists of graphics that illustrate the concepts described in the Guidelines Text. They are referenced throughout the Guidelines Text as Exhibits 1 –19. Part 3: Specific Block Guidelines The NorthPoint team has developed examples of how the guidelines are applied to each building block. These will be provided to each building architect and include approximate size, height and use of the buildings on each block, as well as recommended locations for pedestrian and vehicular entries. The Specific Block Guidelines also highlight the unique characteristics particular to each block of which architects should be aware. These may include items such as proximity to the Central Park, integration with the MBTA transit station or requirement for a connection to the Gilmore Bridge. NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES Part 1: Urban Structure This section outlines the overall layout of the masterplan and various urban design considerations that create a holistic vision for NorthPoint. The Urban Structure also highlights how the masterplan not only strengthens the connections to the surrounding neighborhoods and creates new green connections within the site. Part 2: Built Form The Built-Form section lays out design guidelines for the character of the urban fabric of NorthPoint in terms of scale, massing, ground floor articulation and architectural character. Part 2: Public Realm The team has developed a robust set of guidelines to decide the nature of different types of open spaces and streetscapes. Part 4: Transportation and Public Transit Nodes This section highlights how the urban design of NorthPoint enhances the user experience from both, green and orange line, T stops into the site. Moreover, it also outlines how the open space network facilitates the East-West bicycle and pedestrian connections. Part 5: Specific Block Guidelines The NorthPoint team has developed examples of how the guidelines are applied to each building block. These will be provided to each building architect and include approximate size, height and use of the buildings on each block, as well as recommended locations for pedestrian and vehicular entries. The Specific Block Guidelines also highlight the unique characteristics particular to each block of which architects should be aware. These may include items such as proximity to the Central Park, integration with the MBTA transit station or requirement for a connection to the Gilmore Bridge. Part 6: Model Images and Renderings This section consists of graphics that illustrate the NorthPoint model and artist’s renderings from different viewing perspectives. Note: All exhibits and images in the Guidelines are illustrative examples only. Designs will be subject to detailed design review and approval by the Planning Board. 5

01 Urban Structure

1.1 THE NORTHPOINT NEIGHBORHOOD NorthPoint is the last largest contiguous piece of land to be developed in Cambridge. Located on the fringes of East Cambridge -- and derelict, underutilized and landlocked -- The project sits in a crucial junction of Cambridge, Somerville and Boston. The roughly triangular site is surrounded by O’Brien Highway, the elevated Gilmore Bridge and the Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority (MBTA) rail yard. The challenge then is to work with these hard edges and connect The Project with the surrounding communities and the region. S OMER VIL L E CHA RLEST OWN The Master Plan fulfills a missing link by connecting the Minuteman Bike/Multi-Use Trail to the Charles River Basin. The open space network is created in such a way that it carries this trail elegantly through it and connects to the neighboring Charles River Basin, and in turn, to downtown Boston. EAS T CAMBR IDGE NOR TH E ND KENDAL L S QUARE BOSTON MIT Key Points of Interest Open Spaces EXHIBIT: 01 8 0 1 U rban S tructure NORTHPOINT NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES

1.2 URBAN DESIGN GOALS The urban design goals are as follows. Create a lively new mixed-use district with strong visual, bicycle and pedestrian connections to East Cambridge. The new district should be a place to live, work, and enjoy a variety of parks and public spaces Create a new east-west street through the center of NorthPoint, connecting East Cambridge with the NorthPoint Park Extend First Street into NorthPoint to connect existing and new neighborhoods Create a major new public park easily accessible from the relocated Lechmere T station, First Street, and O’Brien Highway Create a new retail edge at the relocated Lechmere T station and at the intersection of First Street, Cambridge Street, and O’Brien Highway that will complement, not compete with, existing retail on Cambridge Street “EXHIBIT: 06 CONCEPTUAL LANDUSE PLAN” on page 12, provides a diagrammatic representation of the NorthPoint master plan approved by the Planning Board. In addition, the Land Use Plan provides some understanding of the distinction between the block types discussed in later sections. However, the categorization of blocks may change pursuant to the Special Permit granted by the Planning Board. EXHIBIT: 02 NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES CONCEPTUAL RENDERINGS 0 1 U rban S tructure 9

1.3 GREEN CONNECTIONS Major street Connections into the site wherever possible, without interfering with the underlying principles of the plan, shall create a “green and pedestrian friendly” experience that connect the neighborhood to interior green spaces at NorthPoint. Plans shall include enhanced sidewalks, expanded plantings and where reasonably possible a view corridor to interior green spaces. NO ZINC APARTMENTS ’BR ST RT HP OI NT BL VD . ST. W AT ER R ST. THP 0 1 U rban S tructure . OINT ST . PA ILD ST T CO MM ON BLVD . RKS AVE. HT IG E DG RI EB OR HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL GI AVALON NORTH POINT LM CENTAN LYNCH FAMILY SKATEPARK REGATTA RIVERVIEW LE AVALON NORTH POINT II ON ST . . CH OIN EARH SWO IDGE ST ST . CH ST ART ST EA GLAS CAMBR SILVA PARK Provide for improved pedestrian and bicycle connections to and from the Orange Line T station. LECHMERE CANAL PARK . ST EF (EDUCATION FIRST) W AY U ED N IO T CA MIDDLESEX COUNTY COURTHOUSE US EU M Provide a clear, public, legible and green connection between NorthPoint Common and Parcel I Park through the retail plaza area. H . ST ST NOR D ST. EAST CAMBRIDGE THP FIR LECHMERE STATION . NOR N. GORE ST ILD RT B M RIA ME UR N P ST MO PHY . AIR RI CA AL SE RK NO EXHIBIT: 03 CONNECTION PLAN DIAGRAM 10 NO ST . Y WINTE ST . HW BOSTON ST. M DAWES FIR IEN NI PARK D. N. RO BLV . Provide landscaped pedestrian/cycle connections from NorthPoint to the future regional bicycle path. SIG FIRST ST Provide new pedestrian crossings along Msgr. O’Brien Highway with strong visual connections from existing streets in East Cambridge to new streets and open spaces at NorthPoint. Ensure that new pedestrian crossings are coordinated with traffic operations on Msgr. O’Brien Highway. ST ON SECON Provide safe pedestrian and bicycle connections to hubway stations, existing and new bus stops and to transit stations including Kendall Square, Lechmere, Community College and North Station MBTA stations. In particular, direct access from the residential neighborhood south of Msgr. O’Brien Highway and Cambridge Street to the new T station, if relocated, is desirable. WE M THIRD GOREaccess, and strong Provide continuous pedestrian and bicycle STREET P ARK and public parks visual connections to the Charles River through view corridors, signage, and/or art installations. COMMUNITY COLLEGE PPA ST . Provide safe pedestrian and bicycle connections to future regional pathways (Grand Junction railroad, NorthPoint path). SCIARA SOMERVILLE LECHMERE CANAL NORTH POINT PARK 0 100 NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES 200 400 ft

1.4 VIEW CORRIDORS & LANDMARKS The NorthPoint master plan is organized as a series of connected experiences with multiple nodes and landmarks. This unique sequence of spaces acts as valuable way-finding tool throughout the development. The strength of the NorthPoint Master Plan is that visitors to the site are greeted by an open space at every point of arrival. These open spaces, including Water Street, First Street, NorthPoint Boulevard and Gilmore Bridge, provide critical connective tissue and view corridors throughout the site. Lechmere Square(Exisitng Lechmere Station) will serve as an important physical and visual organizational element in the development. With its new transit station, and the redevelopment of Parcel V, Lechmere Square will offer views to the Parcel I tower in NorthPoint, down First Street in East Cambridge and across the river to the Prudential Tower in Boston. In these ways, Lechmere Square will enhance wayfinding through view corridor creation. The realigned and straightened First Street acts as the strongest north-south organizational element in the development. This corridor culminates with an architectural landmark at Dawes Street. The urban geometry allows for this unique architectural expression by turning perpendicular to Dawes Street at the end of the view corridor. The Water Street entrance in to the site will offer a view of the newly created active park on Parcel I and to another architectural expression on Parcel C. The Brian Murphy Memorial Stair serves as yet another gateway into NorthPoint from Gilmore Bridge and Community College Orange Line Station. This pedestrian connection provides view corridors both down Dawes Street and back to the city. NorthPoint Boulevard will offer those entering from the east a spectacular view to the NorthPoint Common. Lastly, the master plan creates a critical view corridor from NorthPoint Common to downtown Boston and the Zakim Bridge. B Water Street View Corridor EXHIBIT: 04 East Street View Corridor C Leighton Street View Corridor EXISTING VIEW CORRIDORS TO THE SITE 1 View from Lechmere Square looking towards NorthPoint 4 2 View of North First Street from the New Lechmere Station 5 3 View from park at Water Street looking towards the retail core 6 4 3 A 6 2 1 A 5 B C View from Dawes Street looking towards Brian Murphy Staircase View from eastern side of NorthPoint Common looking towards retail core View from Parcel W looking towards east and Zakim Bridges EXHIBIT: 05 VIEW CORRIDOR SNAP SHOTS Key Plan NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES 0 1 U rban S tructure 11

1.5 MASTERPLAN EXHIBITS SOMERVILLE A OI NT BL JK VD . W Q1 NO M RT H THP R NOR GLAS SWO CAMBR SILVA PARK IDGE S T CO RKS AVE. ON LVD. T LYNCH FAMILY SKATEPARK REGATTA RIVERVIEW IG HT ON ST GE RI D NI PARK U LE T. AVALON NORTH POINT II FIRST S CENTAN N MM . T. OIN ART S . B M RIA ME UR N P M ST O PHY . AIR RI CA AL SE INT B EARH . ST EA ST V THPO ST CH . ST ST NOR D ST. SECON EAST CAMBRIDGE FIR LECHMERE STATION T. N. GORE S H L RK THIRD ST. Q2 HP . W AT ER R ST. G PA RT ST WINTE I ST NO . Y ST HW ILD IEN BOSTON ILD ’BR ST. CH DAWES ZINC APARTMENTS . RO EF ST NO . HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL EU Residential M US LECHMERE CANAL PARK M W AY GI AVALON NORTH POINT OR EB SCIARA PPA ST . SIG LVD ST ST B ON D FIR WE M COMMUNITY COLLEGE N. RE ET K C LM B A C DU N TIO . ST EF (EDUCATION FIRST) E Commercial Residential, Commercial or Mixed-Use EXHIBIT: 06 12 CONCEPTUAL LANDUSE PLAN 0 1 U rban S tructure MIDDLESEX COUNTY COURTHOUSE LECHMERE CANAL NORTH POINT PARK 0 100 200 NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES 400 ft

SOMERVILLE A NT BL JK VD . W Q1 NO M RT H THP R NOR GLAS SWO CAMBR SILVA PARK IDGE S T CO RKS AVE. ON LVD. T LYNCH FAMILY SKATEPARK IG HT ON REGATTA RIVERVIEW E DG RI NI PARK U LE T. AVALON NORTH POINT II FIRST S CENTAN N MM ST . T. OIN ART S . B M RIA ME UR N P M ST O PHY . AIR RI CA AL SE INT B EARH . ST EA ST V THPO ST CH . ST ST NOR D ST. SECON EAST CAMBRIDGE FIR LECHMERE STATION T. N. GORE S H L RK OI . THIRD ST. Q2 HP PA W AT ER R ST. G ST RT ST WINTE I ST NO . Y ILD HW ILD AVALON NORTH POINT GI Existing Park HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL US EU Proposed Park M LECHMERE CANAL PARK M W AY IEN BOSTON EB ’BR ST. CH DAWES ZINC APARTMENTS . RO EF ST NO . OR SCIARA PPA ST . SIG LVD ST ST B ON D FIR WE M COMMUNITY COLLEGE N. GORE TREET PARK C LM B A C DU N TIO . ST EF (EDUCATION FIRST) E Proposed Plaza Planted Building Setbacks MIDDLESEX COUNTY COURTHOUSE EXHIBIT: 07 CONCEPTUAL OPEN SPACE PLAN NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES LECHMERE CANAL NORTH POINT PARK 0 100 0 1 U rban S tructure 200 400 ft 13

150’-220’ 85’-65’ 120’ 65’ 35’ EXHIBIT: 08 ZONING ENVELOPE 14 0 1 U rban S tructure NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES

SOMERVILLE A NT BL JK VD . W Q1 NO M RT H THP R NOR GLAS SWO CAMBR SILVA PARK IDGE S T CO RKS AVE. ON LVD. T LYNCH FAMILY SKATEPARK HT ON REGATTA RIVERVIEW E DG RI NI PARK U LE IG T. AVALON NORTH POINT II FIRST S CENTAN N MM ST . T. OIN ART S . B M RIA ME UR N P M ST O PHY . AIR RI CA AL SE INT B EARH . ST EA ST V THPO ST CH . ST ST NOR D ST. SECON EAST CAMBRIDGE FIR LECHMERE STATION T. N. GORE S H L RK OI . THIRD ST. Q2 HP PA AT ER R ST. G ST RT ST WINTE I ST NO . Y ILD HW ILD IEN BOSTON HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL 220’ Height Parcels in Cambridge EXHIBIT: 09 MIDDLESEX COUNTY COURTHOUSE LOCATION OF 220’ TOWERS NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES LECHMERE CANAL M US LECHMERE CANAL PARK EU M W AY GI AVALON NORTH POINT EB ’BR ST. CH DAWES ZINC APARTMENTS . RO EF ST NO . W SCIARA PPA ST . SIG LVD ST ST B ON D FIR WE M COMMUNITY COLLEGE N. GORE TREET PARK C LM OR B A C DU N TIO . ST EF (EDUCATION FIRST) E NORTH POINT PARK 0 100 0 1 U rban S tructure 200 400 ft 15

SOMERVILLE A NT BL JK VD . W Q1 NO M RT H NOR GLAS SWO IDGE S T CO RKS AVE. ON LVD. T LYNCH FAMILY SKATEPARK HT ON REGATTA RIVERVIEW E DG RI NI PARK U LE IG T. AVALON NORTH POINT II FIRST S CENTAN N MM ST . T. OIN ART S . B M RIA ME UR N P M ST O PHY . AIR RI CA AL SE INT B EARH . ST ST EA THPO ST CH . ST ST THP R V CAMBR SILVA PARK NOR D ST. SECON EAST CAMBRIDGE FIR LECHMERE STATION T. N. GORE S H L RK OI . THIRD ST. Q2 HP PA AT ER R ST. G ST RT ST WINTE I ST NO . Y ILD HW ILD IEN BOSTON HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL M US LECHMERE CANAL PARK EU M W AY GI AVALON NORTH POINT EB ’BR ST. CH DAWES ZINC APARTMENTS . RO EF ST NO . W SCIARA PPA ST . SIG LVD ST ST B ON D FIR WE M COMMUNITY COLLEGE N. RE ET K C LM OR B A C DU N TIO . ST EF (EDUCATION FIRST) E Proposed Retail MIDDLESEX COUNTY COURTHOUSE Potential Retail EXHIBIT: 10 CONCEPTUAL RETAIL PLAN 16 0 1 U rban S tructure LECHMERE CANAL NORTH POINT PARK 0 100 200 NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES 400 ft

SOMERVILLE A NT BL JK VD . W Q1 NO M RT H THP R NOR GLAS SWO CAMBR SILVA PARK IDGE S T CO RKS AVE. ON LVD. T LYNCH FAMILY SKATEPARK REGATTA RIVERVIEW IG HT ON ST GE RI D NI PARK U LE T. AVALON NORTH POINT II FIRST S CENTAN N MM . T. OIN ART S . B M RIA ME UR N P M ST O PHY . AIR RI CA AL SE INT B EARH . ST EA ST V THPO ST CH . ST ST NOR D ST. SECON EAST CAMBRIDGE FIR LECHMERE STATION T. N. GORE S H L RK OI . THIRD ST. Q2 HP PA AT ER R ST. G ST RT ST WINTE I ST NO . Y ILD HW ILD IEN BOSTON HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL EU Phase 1A M US LECHMERE CANAL PARK M W AY GI AVALON NORTH POINT OR EB ’BR ST. CH DAWES ZINC APARTMENTS . RO EF ST NO . W SCIARA PPA ST . SIG LVD ST ST B ON D FIR WE M COMMUNITY COLLEGE N. GORE TREET PARK C LM B A C DU N TIO . ST EF (EDUCATION FIRST) E Phase 1B MIDDLESEX COUNTY COURTHOUSE Phase 2 EXHIBIT: 11 CONCEPTUAL PHASING PLAN NORTHPOINT DESIGN GUIDELINES LECHMERE CANAL NORTH POINT PARK 0 100 0 1 U rban S tructure 200 400 ft 17

NorthPoint buildings are designed. These guidelines will be provided to architects of each building or other public space as they are chosen to guide them in their design efforts. The guidelines represent a consensus of attitude regarding the development of the NorthPoint site as derived through several years of planning in East Cambridge

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