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Waterloo officials look at ways to connect waterfront to downtown

Officials in Waterloo have been working with- and thinking about ways to connect the waterfront portion of the Cayuga-Seneca Canal to downtown for a while.

There are two major areas of focus: First is a new Locust Street Bridge. The second is converting the former Moore’s Furniture Store into what would be known as the Waterloo Art Center.


The village has utilized the services of nine architecture students in Cornell University’s Design Connect program to explore the feasibility of converting the building into an art center, according to the Finger Lakes Times. The cost of such an undertaking would range between $875,000 and $1,231,000.

Parking is another major issue that village officials are eying for connectivity.

RELATED READ: Inside the project, and what it would mean for Waterloo (Finger Lakes Times)



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