Colby-led collaboration is revitalizing Waterville’s Main Street and shaping the city and the College for the future Businessman Charlie Giguere has always been optimistic about the future of downtown Waterville. So optimistic that he’s literally bet on that optimism, purchasing and renovating several Main Street properties, including Silver Street Tavern. But bullish on the city […]
The work Colby is doing in downtown Waterville is gaining a lot of attention, including a feature story on the program 207 on WCSH TV. Host Rob Caldwell says, “there’s never been anything quite like this in Maine.”
Work is underway to create a new development site at 9 Main Street, where Colby intends to put a full-service 42-room boutique hotel and restaurant.
The Downtown Waterville Farmers Market will be located in Castonguay Square beginning in the spring of 2017.
Important progress is being made in the revitalization of downtown Waterville, as Colby prepares to restore a historic building for up to 200 new high-tech workers
The public will have an opportunity to learn more and ask questions about the downtown revitalization process at a meeting June 6 in the Hathaway Creative Center.
Two additional opportunities for Waterville business owners and residents to meet with planners and partners in the downtown revitalization project have been scheduled for next week.
Paul Ureneck, a longtime project manager and developer in Maine known for his community-building achievements, will soon become a familiar face on Main Street.
Colby’s development of a student apartment complex on the Concourse in downtown Waterville can move forward, now that city council has approved the sale of land to the College in a 6-0 vote. The required second vote on the sale on Feb. 16 paved the way for planning to proceed on the development, which will […]
Colby’s efforts to catalyze redevelopment of downtown Waterville have caught the attention of the Boston Globe. “Something is stirring on the banks of the Kennebec River,” the article reads, and Colby’s investment “has begun to pay off.” The story chronicles President Greene’s role in partnering with Waterville leaders and stakeholders to jump-start Waterville’s renaissance in […]