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CitySquare Unveiling and Panel Discussion tomorrow

We’re sharing this invitation from the City Manager’s Office:

Please join Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray, Congressman James P. McGovern, Mayor Joseph M. Petty, Worcester officials and business leaders as they mark continued progress of CitySquare during a ceremony unveiling the corridor of the future Front Street extension, linking Union Station and Washington Square to the heart of Worcester’s downtown district.

Thursday, May 24 at 1:00 P.M.

Front Street Entrance of the former Worcester Common Outlets Mall

Between 100 and 120 Front Street

Worcester officials and business leaders will also hold a panel discussion at 8 AM on Thursday, May 24 at the Worcester Public Library to discuss the city’s economic development potential and future economic growth. Please call 508-799-1175 to RSVP.

Both events are open to the public.

(Image: rubble, a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic licensed photo from Aaron Knox’s photostream)

CitySquare and Midtown Mall Videos

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puts together quarterly updates of the CitySquare project uploaded another video a few weeks back:

And also put together a video of the Midtown Mall:

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:

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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.

Of economic development, human rights, and appropriations

The Worcester City Council meets tomorrow night at 7 pm. You can find the agenda here.

A few items of interest:

  • it’s time once again for the quarterly economic development report. That means you can expect to hear about CitySquare, the area of the former Voke school/Gateway Park, and possibly South Worcester Industrial Park. Any guesses on if a councilor will mention stART at the Station in the discussion of Union Station?
  • As Mike has discussed, Father John Madden is (deservedly) receiving the Worcester Human Rights Commission’s Eleanor T. Hawley Award for outstanding contributions to the field of Human Rights.
  • As it is the City Manager’s week for the agenda (he and the Council alternate; have we mentioned that before?), there is a list of requests for appropriations (including three school buses)

I also have to mention the wording of the following item:

Recommend City Council Approval for Certain Actions Relative to CSX Corporation.

Details here.

Notre Dame to become part of CitySquare?


The T&G reports this morning that Frederick H. Eppinger, head of lead CitySquare investor Hanover, wants to incorporate adjacent Notre Dame des Canadiens Catholic Church, which was closed by the diocese 2 years ago.

Mr. Eppinger said there are no plans to demolish the church structure, which was built in 1929. He said it will no longer serve as a church.

“It’s a pretty massive building,” he said. “There are a lot of possibilities. You have to be thoughtful as to how you use it. It has to go with the overall outlook of the projects. Right now there are a lot of moving pieces with that. We would want to remove the stained glass. It hasn’t been heated, so there could be some other issues.”

This is great news, but what will they use it for?

(Image: Notre Dame des Canadiens Church, a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (2.0) image from EdKopp4’s photostream)

CitySquare groundbreaking: speeches, jackhammer

Above: a hole is jackhammered in the wall of a parking garage to mark the CitySquare groundbreaking.

Video at the bottom of this post and at WoMag.

Pictures from CitySquare groundbreaking:

(via @cityvibesmetro, @WorcesterScene, @WorcesterMag)

Above: Congressman McGovern and City Manager O’Brien

Jeff’s take

Other reports: