Bob Cox Writes “The Worcester renaissance” for Worcester Business Journal
As the city of Worcester celebrates in 300th anniversary in 2022, there is a lot to celebrate as Worcester has been enjoying a renaissance. Here is an excerpt of Bob Cox’s article in the Worcester Business Journal‘s Economic Forecast 2022 issue:
The Heart of the Commonwealth now boasts first-rate construction developments. The Cove in the Canal District, created by Worcester developer Churchill James LLC, will include a $110-million, 13-story apartment-and-retail tower. The former site of Table Talk Pies’ manufacturing plant is being transformed into a 400-unit housing complex by Boston Capital Development.
The coronavirus pandemic may have delayed the debut of Polar Park, home of the Worcester Red Sox, but the new baseball stadium wound up becoming a huge draw this year, bringing hundreds of thousands of people to the city from across New England, ending the season with one of the largest attendance rates in all of Minor League Baseball.
Continue reading the full article “The Worcester renaissance” on the Worcester Business Journal website.
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