Clearing the way: A five-lot section along State Street will likely look very different next year. Hancock Regional Hospital plans to tear down two homes it owns across the street (including the WIC building), which will leave five conjoining lots empty. Three of those could be developed into a professional office space by Trevor Lloyd-Jones, owner of the walk-in clinic. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
GREENFIELD — A prominent stretch of a city thoroughfare could look very different by this time next year.
The Greenfield Plan Commission has heard from two landowners who own five adjoining parcels in the 800 block of north State Street, directly across from Hancock Regional Hospital.
Three of those parcels are already vacant, and the other two are likely to be empty by spring.