Edge at Union Station, Worcester MA

Worcester, MA
Institutional

Constructed in 1915, the Edge at Union Station in Worcester, MA was once home to the Osgood Bradley Car Company, a manufacturer of railway passenger cars. The building later housed tenants that produced bicycles, optical lenses, shoes, textiles and wire goods, as well as a restaurant, barbershop and bowling alley. Owner Vision Development transformed the 8-story mixed-use retail and industrial building into 81 units of student housing, providing housing for over 250 students. The building was honored with the 2017 Paul & Niki Tsongas Awards by Preservation Massachusettshonored with the 2017 Paul & Niki Tsongas Awards by Preservation Massachusetts, and was nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in December of 2017.

 

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