Construction Updates

 
Current Work Schedule
 

Mass Demolition:

  • The mass demolition of the Burlington Town Center is expected to be completed by the end of June, 2018.

Noise / Vibrations:

  • Beginning on May 14, sheeting along Bank Street is being installed.
  • Anticipated to last 3 weeks.
  • Expect intermittent vibrations throughout the 7:00a-5:00p work period.

H-Pile Installation for Foundation:

  • Expected to begin in July 2018.
  • Will last approximately 4 months, with anticipated completion by the end of October, 2018.
 
 

Fun Facts

  • Interested in getting a better view of demolition? Viewing windows have been added inside the remaining portion of the mall - at the end of the corridor on the upper level just past L.L. Bean. We encourage you to check it out!
  • We are keeping a close eye on parking during construction. Click here to see data compiled on availability in March.
  • As of February 7th, 2018, over 650 employees from local firms are working on the CityPlace Burlington project! See the complete list here.

 

Toll-free Project Hotline

There is a toll-free project number for public use: 1-888-988-4148. All calls/voicemails go directly to PC Construction and will be handled accordingly with the necessary parties.

 

Reminders

  • Remember Downtown is Open for Business!
  • Plenty of parking is available in Burlington, view the Downtown Parking and Pedestrian Map.
  • Your first 2-hours of parking are FREE in city garages with entrances on Bank Street, Cherry Street, College Street and Battery Street.
 

In January and March, the developers of the new CityPlace Burlington (formerly the Burlington Town Center) submitted permit applications to the Department of Planning & Zoning for changes to the project’s design and interior layout. See here for a detailed explanation of the proposed changes.


     

    Past Update

    Posted: 1/24/18

    CityPlace Burlington demo is well underway! The parking garage for the former downtown mall is now closed as are the entrances off both Bank and Cherry Streets. Macy’s and Devonwood have closed the entrance that was once part of the former mall, but customers can still access the store from their Cherry Street entrance and through the Lakeview Garage entrance.

    We have developed a map to help your employees and customers find parking as well as navigate on foot or bike. The map is attached and a link can be found here: Downtown Parking and Pedestrian Map. If you have questions or comments, please let us know.

     


    Important Documents