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Broadway Plaza reconstruction advances

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MWRA completing water-main work

The Broadway Plaza reconstruction, which is advancing, is a continuation of the Arlington Center sidewalk project. Completion is estimated for June.

During this phase of the work, the fencing will be expanded in front of Starbucks, a temporary pedestrian detour will be created, and businesses will remain open.

The reconstruction includes replacing the plaza surface, tree planting, benches and some new landscaping. Work is contingent on weather and other factors.  

Additional project information may be found at at arlingtonma.gov/projects.  


Sept. 22, 2021: 9 trees to be removed from Broadway Plaza after some object
 

This news announcement was published Monday, April 25, 2022.

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