COOP Conversion

Interior photograph of Harvard COOP main floor renovation
Photograph by Jim Harrison

Taking advantage of pandemic-reduced customer traffic, the Harvard COOP has accelerated a renovation. It is consolidating books and merchandise (formerly in the Palmer Street annex) in its main store space, and eliminating its café; original architectural details are being restored. Read more at harvardmag.com/coop-makeover-21.

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