“Given the success of the ice rink, we wanted to host another community-friendly attraction, as we continue our search for a long-term tenant for this property,” said Katie Lapp, Harvard’s executive vice president. “The Field and Fairway is yet another example of how Harvard is constantly looking for ways to benefit its communities.”Looks like it is closed down now, awaiting the arrival of the SEAS faculty and students, perhaps! I know they would use it ...
Friday, February 8, 2013
The Allston Mini-Golf Course
In the previous post I wondered what the miniature golf course was, adjacent to the projected SEAS site. Turns out Harvard opened it in 2010 as a community benefit, along with a batting cage.
Posted by Harry Lewis at 7:16 AM