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Hamilton Canal getting area busy as ground breaks on walkway, courts
Everything old is new again at the Appleton Mills.
The conversion of the Appleton Mills to housing is starting to take shape.
Economy forces state to delay Lowell judicial center until 2013.
Trinity Financial, the master developer of the $800 million Hamilton Canal revitalization project, is moving ahead with developing the Freudenberg building on its own after talks with Lowell-based Watermark Environmental failed.
Governor Patrick helps launch Lowell mill-district renewalwith $13M check
The first phase of the $800 million Hamilton Canal District revitalization project will break ground Thursday, November 12, 2009
Charter School Trustees OK plan to buy Lowell building, move from Jackson Street
James Errickson, Urban Renewal Project Manager for The City of Lowell gives an update on the progress in the Hamilton Canal District as of September 2009.
Construction on the $40 million first phase of the ambitious, 10-year, $800 million Hamilton Canal project is slated to begin in the next two months.
Vision Session 1
Lowell High School
• LEARN about the new housing, new retail, new commercial space, new parks, and new jobs coming to the Hamilton Canal District
The rehabilitation of the Appleton Mills into 135 artist live/work spaces will break ground in May, kicking off the first phase of the 10-year, $800 million rebirth of the blighted Hamilton Canal District.
Those mill walls, remnants of Lowell's proud past, await new life
Trinity Financial is concerned that problems with financing may stall canal plan.
Public Hearing for Proposed JAM Urban Renewal Plan Changes Monday, August 25, 2008 to discuss the proposed Jackson/Appleton/Middlesex Urban Revitalization and Development Plan (JAM Plan) amendments needed to facilitate and support the development of the Hamilton Canal District.
Eminent-domain ruling appealed
Garcia Brogan's, a new eatery slated for Lowell garage has agreed to a long-term lease with the city, making it the first tenant at the Edward J. Early Parking Garage on Middlesex Street.
US Senator John Kerry pays a visit to the Hamilton Canal District
Could the trolley make a comeback? System overhaul eyed as part of JAM plan
Lowell projects millions more in revenue from canal-district renewal.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
The City of Lowell and Trinity Financial, the master developer, invite you to
the next round of Vision Sessions for the
Hamilton Canal District.
The new Edward Early Parking Garage officially opened in April. Users rave about the new facility on Middlesex Street.
Boost for city district 'likely' Governor's plan would benefit renewal in the Hamilton Canal District
HAMILTON CANAL: LOWELL'S NEW GATEWAY
City, State close to agreement on Courthouse Site
City officials and executives with Trinity Financial, the Boston-based development firm that will carry out the city's ambitious plans for the Hamilton Canal District, reportedly are near to a deal. Groups iron out details for JAM plan
The new city garage on Middlesex Street is scheduled to open by the end of January.
The most recent session of the Hamilton Canal District planning process conducted by the Boston-based development firm Trinity Financial was held on January 5, 2008.
Information about and from previous sessions can also be found here: The first session was held on December 5th with working groups scheduled for the coming weeks and another charette in January. Previous articles described the process for public input for the various meetings: Dec. 5 "listening session" at Lowell Memorial Auditorium. . The flyer for the event.