The Foundry in Cambridge is now open

Explore the new community hub for STEM + the arts.

Exterior shot of a building with "Foundry" on the front

The Foundry redesign project first started in 2013.

Photo by @cambridgefoundry

The City of Cambridge is breathing new life into a 132-year old industrial space.

The building at 101 Rogers St. is now officially “The Foundry,” a center of creativity + collaboration in the Kendall Square neighborhood.


The space is a close walk from the Kendall/MIT T stop.

Photo via @cambridgefoundry

Here’s what we know about the space so far:

  • The building is 50,000 sqft.
  • Common areas include a cafe, community hall + Jukebox for a story sharing project.
  • Visitors can reserve maker spaces, specialty spaces (think: cooking classes and performances), and multi-purpose rooms for meetings.
  • Memberships are available to the maker spaces or art studios.
  • Community members can volunteer to help with the welcome desk, mentoring young people + setting up for special events.

Mark your calendar for the opening celebration from Sat., Oct. 8-Mon., Oct. 10 for the chance to shape future Foundry programming.

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