Massachusetts mill cities pitch urban living in renovated quarters

09/20/2004 | American City Business Journals

Massachusetts' former mill cities, including Lowell and Worcester, are making efforts to lure suburban dwellers into the cities' once-downtrodden downtown areas that are being revived. Millions of dollars are being spent to transform historic mill buildings into trendy lofts and luxury condominiums, and the cities are launching advertising campaigns to pitch urban living to young professionals and empty-nesters alike.

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