What's new for Worcester in 2021?
The coronavirus pandemic slowed the momentum of the Worcester Renaissance in 2020 but didn’t fully silence it. Last year, the Worcester Public Market opened. Investment continued. Small business debuted in the face of the pandemic like Chashu Ramen and Izakaya, ‘Olo Pizza, and K Sense Co.
As doses of the vaccine continue to arrive at Worcester’s two hospitals, hope for an even more prosperous 2021 exists within the city.
No company will likely be busier than the Menkiti Group, which plans to transform Main Street back to its heyday about 50 years ago when pedestrians filled the downtown streets.
“The renaissance is well underway in Worcester,” Rengel said. “We are playing a small part of it and we are excited to be a bigger part of it as we move on and start to deliver some of these projects.”
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For Bo Menkiti, CEO of the Menkiti Group, his vision for Worcester is about the future, when Worcester will be no longer up-and-coming but fully thriving.
The Menkiti Group is a real estate developer based primarily in Washington, D.C., but has taken an interest in transforming Worcester’s downtown, aligning with the city’s goal of creating an 18-hour downtown.
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