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From Left to right, Shane Milette of the South End Citizens Council, state Reps Carlos Gonzalez and Bud Williams, city chief development officer Kevin Kennedy, Robin Peterson of CVS and Charles Irving of Davenport all look on. (Jim Kinney/ The Republican ) SPRINGFIELD — City officials gathered Thursday for a ceremonial groundbreaking at Davenport Square and its $2 million CVS drugstore, which is set to open in November on Main Street in the city’s South End. The event came nearly eight years after a devastating June 1, 2011 tornado ripped through the neighborhood and just nine months after the opening of MGM Springfield across the street. "It's MGM that gave CVS the confidence to look at this neighborhood," said Charles Irving of Boston-based Davenport Companies, developer of Davenport Square. Sarno pointed out that the tornado anniversary is Saturday. And this project, he said, is one more step back as Springfield passes more than $4 billion in public and private development since the tornado. The 12,000-square-foot CVS will open in November, said Robin Peterson, real estate director for CVS in the Northeast. When the new store opens, CVS will close its nearby Tower Square location, Peterson said. “With this location, we’ll have 14 parking spaces to offer our customers,” she said. “In Tower Square, we really only have streetside parking.” Irving worked as a real estate partner to MGM Resorts as it assembled the property for its $960 million casino project. Davenport owns about 2.5 acres across Main street from the casino. "I was the one who said there would be retail from the casino," Irving said. But thus far the only new retail in the neighborhood has been a second location for Lorilil Jewelers. Irving said that while reinvigorating a retail corridor, he always brings in something like a CVS first to draw shoppers then specialty shops will fill in nearby. "You won't go to the jewelry store every month," Irving said. That drives traffic." Davenport has other projects in the works in Springfield including plans to build $3 million Cumberland Farms gas station and convenience store a few blocks away at the old Registry of Motor Vehicle site on Liberty Street. Davenport is also nearing the beginning of construction, Irving said Thursday, at the Willys-Overland building on Chestnut Street, Davenport plans an $11.5 million renovation with 60 market-rate apartments and 6,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor. Irving has said potential retail tenants might include a coffee shop or small restaurant. Davenport also recently bought another building on Lyman Street for a similar housing project. Once CVS is built, Irving said he’ll start work on more retail space in adjacent property Davenport owns. The Davenport Square property already has apartments, a daycare center and medical offices. For the South End, the new CVS will be a convenience for residents, said Shane Milette, vice president of the South End Citizens Council. Folks living in the neighborhood have the Italian specialty markets, but fewer options to grab milk, bread or other everyday essentials. He praised Davnport and the city for building a CVS flush with the street, parking to the rear. “This helps us preserve the streetscape that was here,” Milette said. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.
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