URBAN STRATAGEM . This set of strategies is directed to release the visual permeability and access of the zone. The solution arises to superpose to the existing territory a series of axes of development of the extension of visual lines of access as well as from Cambridge, Somerville. 1 / ACCESS AND VISIBILITY. Level - 1 Will be decided on the total demolition of the high system that constituted Mc Grath Highway since it is considered the greater visual barrier and of access that limits the potential of the zone. Level - 2 The third level of circulation will be conformed by an inner circuit within the complex. Its function will be to distribute the vehicular traffic within the development at a smaller speed than the previous. 2 / PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. The extension of the green Line (subway) is considered throughout the old Lowell Line. 3 / PEDESTRIAN .Implementation of a trail throughout the located green zone in the main part of the complex. 4 / LAND USE. This development is constituted by an intense mixed use that will give a sustainable growth of the development. 5 / SMART GROWING. Growth based on strategies that caused an autosostenible development, that they have as priority the handling and use of the rainwater. Combined to this an important strategy it is the disposition and amount of green areas in the zone . 6 / PUBLIC SPACE. A major open public space does not exist at Somerville. For that reason the urban project incorporates a greater public space with an extension of 7,85 acres, that it will extend landscape of the Charles river until Somerville going through North Point .