The information below is subject to change without notice.
AREA #1 - North Main St. - Amorello Construction
AREA #2 - Alpha Graphics - South to Federal Courthouse Federal Sq./Austin St. - Northern Construction & A.F. Amorello Construction
AREA #3 - Austin to Chandler St. and 600 ft. or so up Main St. - A.F. Amorello Construction
AREA #4 - Pleasant St. from Main St. to Linden St. - J.H. Lynch Construction
AREA #5 - Commercial St. Foster St. to MLK Blvd. - J.H. Lynch Construction
AREA #6 - Mechanic St. (corner of Main St.)
AREA #7 - Summer St.
The City is embarking on a long-overdue $11 million top-to-bottom reconstruction of Main Street. This is not simply a repaving project. We’re building a Main Street that is not just a way to drive from Point A to Point B… but a 21st century Main Street, that embraces modern urban design philosophies, that is built to encourage parking your car and walking to multiple experiences, all throughout downtown. We want downtown to be a destination, not a waypoint, and this new Main Street will deliver on that vision.
The City of Worcester and its Cultural Coalition are working with the Urban Culture Institute to incorporate placemaking, cultural economic development and the arts into the Main Street Project.
The goal is to create a theme, sense of place, increased walkability, and vibrancy along the Main Street corridor through public art while taking into consideration connectivity between primary public art nodes. The project will incorporate already designed wayfinding elements. Repurposing appropriate materials from elements slated for demolition or removal will be an integral part of the project.
The Institute will work with the public to deliver a more vibrant Main Street.