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Rent-A-Center has signed a lease and plans to open in the Steeple City Plaza.
NORTH ADAMS — How can Main Street be climate-resilient and business-, pedestrian- and bike-friendly?
For years, the City Council has talked about enacting an ordinance for short-term rentals, and now it has a proposed ordinance that would, among other rules, require short-term rentals to register with the city, get inspected and comply with the state building code.
The long-empty building at 34-36 Eagle Street is closer to becoming apartments.
A sign on the door says the TD Bank on Main Street closed this spring, but a new life for the space appears to be on its way.
Andrew Fitch recently purchased the currently vacant property at the corner of Eagle and Main streets and plans to revamp the space.
Problems facing downtown North Adams are layered, those in the business community say, from the challenge of increasing foot traffic to the high cost of renovating old buildings. At the same time, new business have opened and there is potential movement on some empty properties, leaving some feeling optimistic.
The brick building at 1 Canal St. in North Adams recently was converted into studio spaces for about 10 artists, including painters and musicians.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation outlines three potential routes than an approximately 2-mile stretch of path could could take in North Adams, from Protection Avenue to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.