From the Worcester Business Journal – “Boston architecture firm plans $94M digital arts renovation of Worcester Memorial Auditorium”

The Worcester Memorial Auditorium will be sold to a historic property architecture firm for $450,000 to make way for the firm’s planned $94-million redevelopment of the 87-year-old building vacant since 1999. City Manager Edward Augustus is slated to bring the news to the City Council next Tuesday, according to documents released by the city Thursday. The council will be asked to approve the sale to Boston-based Architectural Heritage Foundation.

From the Worcester Telegram & Gazette – “Augustus set to unveil Worcester Memorial Auditorium recommendation”

WORCESTER — City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. intends to submit a recommendation to the City Council later this month regarding the future of the long-vacant Worcester Memorial Auditorium. Mr. Augustus told the council, which met in Finance Committee Tuesday to review his fiscal 2020 municipal budget recommendation, that he is in the process of negotiating final details with the Architectural Heritage Foundation.

Worcester Aud Joins Facebook

The Architectural Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the Facebook page for the Worcester Memorial Auditorium restoration project.

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