Paul D. Morano, Jr., Assistant Chief Development Officer
We work collaboratively with other city divisions, city departments and partners on a wide range of projects and initiatives, including:
The city's streetscape and design standards are meant to serve as a guiding tool to be used by the City, private developers and property owners to steer future strategic development in a consistent, thoughtful and professional manner. These standards also aim to protect neighborhood character, enhance coordination among City departments and promote economic development.
Polar Park is home to the Worcester Red Sox, nicknamed the WooSox, our Triple-A East Division minor league baseball team.
The City of Worcester is developing a citywide plan that focuses on inclusion, integrity and innovation as core values guiding growth and change in the city.
The Lincoln Square Boys Club is proposed to be transformed into a senior housing development, along with other services and amenities.
The City is remaking Francis Carroll Plaza to become a vibrant public area that will provide space for active use by residents, visitors and cultural partners.
A $565 million, multi-phased project in the heart of downtown Worcester, is one of the largest public-private development projects in the Commonwealth.
There are many new and revitalized residential housing projects underway in Worcester.
The Transformative Development Initiative (TDI) is a program for Gateway Cities designed to accelerate economic growth within focused districts.
The WuXi Biologics and Galaxy Life Sciences facilities are both underway at the Reactory biomanufacturing park.
The historic Union Station is undergoing continuous development and maintenance.
The URP is focused on revitalizing under-invested properties in Downtown Worcester.
This plan is focused on achieving the highest and best use of parcels abutting the Washington Sq. rotary.
Constructed as a monument to the veterans of World War I, the Worcester Memorial Auditorium is in the midst of a redevelopment plan.