editorial | kendall square

Googling for green space

THE PARK connecting Four and Five Cambridge Center may be simple - some grass, a brick pathway, and a handful of metal benches and tables - but it’s a unique urban space.

Built on the roof of a parking garage in Cambridge’s Kendall Square, this hidden gem has become a favorite of neighbors and nearby office workers, especially during lunch breaks on sunny days. As one glowing online reviewer put it, it’s “a veritable Eden amidst the cement and brick of MIT and the nearby tech complexes.’’

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