Thom Lauzon plans three-story building on State Street across from Pavilion building - Montpelier Bridge

A Barre developer has big - like, three stories big - plans for a popular intersection on Montpelier’s State Street near the Vermont State House.

“The proposed building is nearly 8,000 square feet with a bank on the first floor, which is at an elevated level due to flood plain regulations, and professional offices on the second and third floors. The plans call for a drive-through bank window at the rear of the building, three on-site parking spaces, and an elevator. The project’s developer, former Barre Mayor Thom Lauzon, said he had had some doubts about the $3 million project after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but he and his wife Karen concluded that at this time of uncertainty “there could not be a worse time to pull back.”"


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  • Holly Stockett
    commented 2020-04-23 23:52:21 -0400
    Where will parking be for this building? There are no spaces now for shoppers to park or for those who want to stop for lunch or dinner at the local eateries. As it is, we go less into Montpelier because there isnt enough parking,