Worcester's Union Station Featured for Historic Preservation and Architectural Excellence

Union Station in Worcester, Massachusetts has been featured in the Worcester Telegram and Conde Nast!

Union Station in Worcester, MA
March 18, 2021
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Union Station in Worcester, MA has been named one of the 14 Most Beautiful Train Stations in the U.S. by Conde Nast and was also featured in an exclusive with the Worcester Telegram and Gazette.

Among the many Union Stations across the United States, Worcester was highlighted for its restored 175-foot towers, stained glass ceiling, and marble flooring. Long known as a focal point for the City of Worcester, Finegold Alexander completely restored and adapted the building for reuse after years of disrepair. The project also included the replication and reinstallation of the original white towers, a challenge Principal Jeff Garriga touches on while speaking with Veer Mudambi of the Telegram and Gazette.

Head here to read more about Worcester Union Station in Conde Nast and the Telegram and Gazette, or head over to Union Station’s project page here!