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The age of the Worcester skyscraper has been replaced by street-level interactions

When Worcester leaders decided in the 1960s they would tear down a swath of downtown in favor of a new indoor shopping center, they were creating what they saw as a different Worcester for a new era.
Residents were leaving for the suburbs, and new highways could bring them in and out of the city easily. The Galleria mall was built, and included in the project was an unmistakable signal of this new era: a 19-story office tower, by far the tallest bu ...

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