CitySquare Pictures from the Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber of Commerce recently posted their pictures from last week’s CitySquare walkthrough.

Also, some thoughts on the project from the Adventures of a Worcesterite Tumbr:

recently there was an article in the Telegram and Gazette about the construction and how new streets will be made, and they described how the new street “Mercantile Street” which will run parallel to Worcester Center Boulevard is being constructed inside what is

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the old glassed in atrium of the mall. This fascinated me because they are creating a new street inside the building so they can work during the winter, I thought that was really cool and interesting.

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All I can say is that I hope that the Unum Building and the Cancer Center that St. Vincent Hospital is building will be joined by a tall-ish tower. I would love to see something over 300’ in Worcester because currently the tallest building in the city is 288’ and 24 floors, I would love to see something near 30 floors, maybe a mixed use building with retail on the ground floor, offices in the middle, and then possibly a hotel or condos/apartments on the upper floors. Thats just me but I would love to see a sleek tower there that would re-define the downtown center of the city and bring more jobs to the city.

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