City of Nashua partners with Beyond Walls to create welcoming downtown district supporting local businesses

Image not taken from published article. Photo taken by Beyond Walls staff during install.

“When I saw the thoughtful barrier design, I knew these barriers were both functional and aesthetically pleasing. We are trying to create a sense of place where people will want to stay and enjoy themselves. Beyond Walls has developed a very practical solution to a very real urban problem. The cold harsh traditional New Jersey Barriers do not create the experience one would want in a downtown dining setting,” said Tim Cummings, Nashua’s Economic Development Director.

By Beyond Walls
August 30th, 2020

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