NEW: Worcester’s Fire Alarm & Telegraph Renovation To Break Ground
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
A historic Worcester building will be getting a much-deserved renovation through a unique public/private partnership. A groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation of the Worcester's historic Fire Alarm and Telegraph Building will be on August 15 at 3:30 pm at 230 Park Avenue (the actual ceremony will take place across the street at Elm Park and is open to the public).
Worcester's Fire Alarm and Telegraph Building
Built in 1925, the Fire Alarm and Telegraph Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been identified by Preservation Worcester as one of the City’s “Most Endangered Structures.”
But, through a unique public/private partnership with the City, SpencerBANK and Preservation Worcester, the building will now be fully restored. The building’s reuse will include commercial and retail banking, a full service community room, and parking for those enjoying Elm Park during non-business hours.
The event will be held sun or drizzle. On-street parking is available on Elm Street.
For more information please visit Preservation Worcester's website.
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