Sometime in the near future, Downtown Sudbury will vacate its current office at 7 Cedar St., where it's been for 10 years.
It's heading to St. Andrew's Place on Larch Street, an office space formerly occupied by the McEwen School of Architecture.
While the new space isn't any bigger, the advantage is its prominent street-level location.
“Our lease is up where we are, and the board thought that it was really good timing to have a street-level presence,” said Downtown Sudbury executive director Maureen Luoma.
“There's so many projects and positive things happening downtown or soon to be happening. They felt that a street-level presence would be a good thing so that if we have renderings of things that are going on, we can have them there and people can drop in and look at them. It gives us a bit more of a profile.”
Luoma said she hopes to host an open house once Downtown Sudbury is installed in its new space.