Holyoke and state officials set ceremonial ground-breaking of old Holyoke Catholic High School into $19 million conversion to apartments
Shovels will be ceremonially plunged into the soil Monday (Aug. 18) to mark a ground-breaking for the $19 million conversion of the old Holyoke Catholic High School campus on Chestnut Street into 54 apartments. "This groundbreaking ceremony represents the city's continued efforts to make downtown a vibrant place to live," Mayor Alex B. Morse said Thursday. The event between Dwight and Hampden streets will begin at 10 a.m. Speakers will include property owner E. Denis Walsh of Weld Management, Gregory Bialecki, state Secretary of Housing and Economic Development and Morse.