Thorndike No-Contact Delivery

As mentioned in the memo sent earlier today, we are now offering a “No Contact Delivery Zone” so that you can safely receive food deliveries in our community.   What is a No-Contact Delivery? A “No-Contact delivery” is a completed delivery, where neither the person who placed the order, nor the one delivering it come…

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

It’s time to get your green on and raise a glass to St. Paddy’s Day. How will you be joining in the celebration?   Did you know that St. Patrick’s Day started right here in America and not in Ireland? Early Irish-American immigrants established the holiday to honor their heritage while embracing their new homeland.…

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Taking the Leap in 2020

On Saturday, you get an extra day—the question is what will you do with it? 2020 is a leap year! It only occurs every four years, but why? Believe it or not, it was the brain child of Roman Emperor Julius Caesar and 16th Century Pope Gregory XIII, of Gregorian Calendar fame. In an effort…

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Free Eco-Film Series

The Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust, the same great organization that brings you Lowell Talks, has released the dates for the 2020 Eco-Film Series that celebrates eight years of inspiring films.   The free series is offered annually, in partnership with the Lowell Film Collaborative and are screened at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor…

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We are Officially Open

Sal Lupoli, Governor Charlie Baker, Lowell City Manager Eileen Donoghue and community leaders came together recently for the grand opening and ribbon cutting of our new mixed-use development, Thorndike Exchange. Community enhancement and luxury hotel living make Thorndike Exchange a positive addition to Lowell’s City Center. “I heard the Governor wants to create 135,000 new homes by…

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Adventure Awaits Outdoors

The warm days and cool breezes of early fall make it the perfect time for outdoor activities. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking or kayaking, there is always something to explore right here in the Merrimack Valley—and just beyond.    Start your journey in your backyard with the Merrimack River Trail, where you can enjoy 11.8 miles…

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FLOOR BY FLOOR: KEROUAC

Jack Kerouac, Lowell-Lawrence game, 1938. Photo Credit: Lowell Sun We want to share a design aspect that pays homage to local celebrities while also adding a fun pop culture element to our building.  Each floor in this work, live, play development will be named for a famous person who also called Lowell home. We will…

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