Friday, September 25, 2009

Keep Watching This Space

Progress is being made, ever so slowly, on getting construction started for the downtown Facade Improvement Program. As I wrote previously, Main Street Waterbury has awarded improvement grants to several building owners. Since then, there have been designs submitted and revised, contracts written up and sent to Corporation Council, and all sorts of other stages of the process.

One of the projects that is just about ready to go is the newly renovated apartment building on the corner of Bank and Center Streets. I've heard great things about the quality of the apartments, I can't wait to see how the exterior looks when it's completed!

1 comment:

Waterbury Time Machine said...

That is the old Hodson Building at 82-88 Bank Street. The Thom McAn Shoes Store and Donn-L Photo Studios were in the storefronts on the street level in the late 1950s, and Worth's "Smiling Service" Department Store was across the street.