BOSTON (WHDH) - The City of Boston unveiled the new and improved Boston Public Library Saturday.
Dozens of people attended the grand reopening Saturday morning.
The $78 million renovation included an updated interior, new technology, and another cafe.
Mayor Marty Walsh spoke before the ribbon-cutting ceremony about the positive impact the renovated library will have on the city.
“It’s a place where everyone can learn,” Walsh said. “This is a space for people to grow as individuals, and also for us to grow as a community.”
Boston will also invest in local libraries across the city, spending $90 million over the next five years on the improvements.
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