“I get complaints all the time from people who don’t know if they have to pay or when they have to pay,” Fiorentini said. “People don’t understand it (paid parking).
As part of the Harbor Place project, other buildings are to be demolished starting in the spring including the Ocasio and Newman’s Furniture buildings, as well as several more buildings heading west, city officials said.
“This is going to be a transformational, life-style changing development,” Alberghini said, noting her agency has built 31 residential and commercial projects in the state. “It’s going to be a game-changer for downtown Haverhill that’s going to make the river come alive. The idea is that this is going to trigger additional investment up and down the river.”