AMENITIES & FEATURES
- Non-smoking property
- Graduate Commons Program
- Sustainable Community Leaders Program
- Children's playground and toddler's playground
- Children’s playroom (Membership begins in July or January only)*
- Some furnished studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments
- Elevators in high-rise buildings**
- Accessible units available
- Balconies in many apartments
- Bicycle storage
- Vending machines
- Laundry rooms
- Common room
- Three study rooms (one in each high-rise building)
- Cable ready
- Internet service in apartments
- Wireless Internet service in some common areas
- Kitchens include electric stove, disposal, refrigerator, dishwasher in some apartments, microwave in some apartments
- Steam heat
- Smoke detectors
- Tile flooring
- Heat, hot and cold water, sewer, and electricity included in the rent
- NOTE: Peabody Terrace cannot accommodate air conditioners, portable dishwashers, or washing machines.
- *The Harvard Childcare Center at Peabody Terrace is not run by HUH and residency at Peabody Terrace does not guarantee you a spot.
- ** Elevators are only located in the high-rise towers (buildings 2, 11, and 24) and only stop at floors 1, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, and 21.
- Some furnished studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments are available. View a list of furnished units.
- View welcome information for Peabody Terrace.
Harvard University Housing does not manage any parking facilities. Parking for residents is available, for a fee, through Harvard University Parking Services. For more information, go to their web site; call 617-496-7827; or visit the Campus Service Center.
Please view the City of Cambridge Parking website to learn about resident and visitor parking restrictions.
Harvard University Housing's furnished apartments do not include linens, dishes, pots/pans, or cutlery. Furnishings differ by unit size and type. Please view our list of furnished units for more information.
Harvard University Housing is dedicated to continually fostering a community of sustainability by improving the efficiency of its buildings and providing residents with the tools and resources to reduce energy and conserve resources.