at Worcester Technical High School, 1 Skyline Dr, Worcester, 01603 United States
Our goal: create better rental housing in Massachusetts by helping current, new, and prospective landlords run profitable, compliant, & quality businesses.
We organize opportunities for landlord education & networking and advocate appropriate changes to the laws. Our focus is on the city of Worcester and surroundings. For other areas, see MassLandlords.net.
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PRESERVATION WORCESTER WEEKEND WALKS Saturdays: July 26th, August 2nd, August 9th and August 16th Four Weekend Walks Looking at aspects of Worcester's rise to prominence in the 19th and early-20th centuries Consecutive Saturdays at 10:00 am Rain Dates: Sunday at 4:00 pm No charge for Preservation Worcester members $5.00 per tour for non-members Reservations are suggested, but not required. To register, call 508-754-8760 or email email@example.com. From Canal to Railroads Learn how new transportation systems sparked the transformation of Worcester from a small county seat to a wealthy industrial city. Learn about the Blackstone Canal and the network of railroads that rendered it obsolete: who built them, how they changed Worcester, and what remains of them. July 26th Meet on Temple Street across from St. John’s Church Suggested parking: Union Station Garage (tour ends at Union Station) 10:00 am Crown Hill and the Greek Revival Style Examine the history and architecture of important buildings centered in a two-block area adjacent to Lincoln Square. Discover the legacy of the Salisbury family, which was so important to the development of parks, residential areas, and cultural and educational institutions in this part of the city. August 2nd Meet at the corner of Pleasant and Oxford Streets 10:00 am Lincoln Square and the Salisbury Legacy Examine the history and architecture of important buildings centered in a two-block area adjacent to Lincoln Square. Discover the legacy of the Salisbury family, which was so important to the development of parks, residential areas, and cultural and educational institutions in this part of the city. August 9th Meet in the Highland Street parking lot near Salisbury Mansion 10:00 am Steeples, Towers, and Arches Discover the history and architecture of several churches and schools on the westerly ridge overlooking Main Street. See examples of successful preservation, restoration after fire, and preservation-sensitive adaptive re-use, as well as some losses to demolition. August 16th Meet on Chatham Street near St. Paul’s Cathedral 10:00 am