Main St. in Worcester, Massachusetts. It connects to the Worcester Common, which is known for Peabody and Stearns' City Hall, and formerly the Worcester Galleria. This view shows a section of the Worcester Galleria's parking garage, which, at the time of construction, was the largest parking garage in the world (fitting 4,300 cars). The Worcester Galleria has since been demolished.
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Architecture -- Massachusetts -- Worcester; Architecture -- New England; Downtown districts -- Massachusetts -- Worcester; Shopping malls -- Massachusetts -- Worcester; Urban development
Smolski, Chester, "Worcester: Main Street" (1979). Browse All. 1040.
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