Worcester, MA: Plans for $20M SPED school for high functioning ASD

Sept 10, 2018, Worcester (MA) Business Journal: Canal Lofts developer to build $20M autism school in Lincoln Square The City of Worcester is set to sell the long-vacant former Lincoln Square Boys Club building to a Boston-based developer for $300,000. The developer, WinnDevelopment Co. of Boston, plans spend at least $20 million to convert the 48,000-square-foot building into the new home of Summit Academy, a therapeutic school alternative for students with high-functioning autism and other disabilities, according to City Manager Edward Augustus…. The academy would dedicate about half of the building to middle and high school programming while the other would be used for the new higher education on-site living program.