Cambridge Historical Commission Meeting

6:00 PM Thursday, April 7, 2022


Sarah Burks,, 617-349-4683

  • CHC Meeting on Thursday, April 7, 2022 at 6:00 PM. Case materials for public hearing items are included below:

    This meeting will be held online with remote participation and will be closed to in-person attendance. The public can participate online via the Zoom webinar platform ( from a phone, tablet, or computer. To join the meeting, use this registration link before or during the meeting: or call (301)715 8592. Webinar ID#: 830 4942 4423.  Check your email junk folder if you do not receive a registration confirmation in your inbox. Written comment is welcome up to 24 hours before the meeting and may by sent by e-mail. The public will be given the opportunity to ask questions of fact and make public comment during the meeting. If you have questions please contact us by e-mail or call 617-349-4683.
    • Meeting Notice
    • Agenda
    • Case 4716 (continued): 32 Church St., by Harvard Real Estate. Alter the entrance surround, replace select windows and redesign panels, install awnings and new signs, construct patio platform. A written request for a further continuance has been received from the applicant.
    • Case 4757: 139 Main St., by MIT 139 Main Street Fee Owner LLC. Paint a mural on the brick wall of the west elevation.
    • Case 4758: 4 Willard St., by Koby Kempel. Replace roof; demolish carport; restore roof deck with 36" railing; demolish and replace retaining wall, steps, and path; demolish driveway. 
    • Case 4761: 25 and 31 Brattle St., by Asana Partners. Install new glass canopy over storefront at 25 Brattle and a new overhang at 31 Brattle. 
    • Case D-1609: 18 Pleasant St., by The Rossmore LLC & Boston Residential LLC. Demolish house (1864) and attached carriage house and office additions.
    • Case D1575: 21 Loomis St., by Kelli A. Bennett, Mary A. Tennis, John P. Mearn, III, Steven R. Mearn, and Francine M. Mearn, owners on behalf of Kevin Emery and Eamon Fee. Consider initation of a landmark study for the preferably preserved significant building under demolition delay until May 6, 2022.

Cases may be taken out of order and approved at the beginning of the meeting. Persons who wish to have a hearing on a case should notify the Commission in advance or be present at the beginning of the meeting when the Consent Agenda will be discussed.