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Historic Building Turned into Dealership

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October 11, 2018—Boston Volvo Cars, of Ray Ciccolo’s Village Automotive Group has turned a historic Boston building into its new dealership location, reported Wards Auto.

The historic building once housed a defunct International Harvester's facility.

According to the report, the dealership occupies three floors of the building with the service intake area on the basement level and the main showroom on the street level.

Village Automotive has implemented green initiatives at many of its dealerships. The new Boston Volvo Cars store is no exception. It has 285 solar panels, seven EV charging stations, high-efficiency windows and sustainable building products, according to Ward's Auto.

 

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