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Feds may fund cleanup of contaminated Franklin industrial site

Emily Micucci |

A former industrial site in Franklin that's heavily contaminated from decades-old manufacturing activity is getting new attention from the federal government.

Mass. home sales, prices rose in February

Single-family home sales in Massachusetts rose almost 4 percent in February, according to a report Tuesday from The Warren Group. There were 2,166 single-family homes sold statewide in February,...

Prices keep rising for home sales

Sam Bonacci |

Prices for existing home sales in the Northeast continued to grow last month despite the harsh winter weather that saw a 6.5-percent drop in the number of sales in the region, according to the...

Medical firm buys Worcester building from church

Lincoln Medical or Worcester has purchased an office building at 101 Pleasant St. in Worcester, from Liberty Assembly of God, based in Shrewsbury.

Developer reaches deal on former Unum site

Carol McDonald |

A developer that has already made a mark in Worcester has agreed to buy Unum Group's former office building on Chestnut Street, and may convert it into space for college classrooms and student...

City agrees to sell former courthouse for $1.2M for housing, retail

Emily Micucci |

The city of Worcester has agreed to sell the former Worcester County Courthouse to a New Hampshire developer that specializes in historic properties for $1.2 million, according to a statement from...

Home sales see snow slump

Sam Bonacci |

Record-breaking snowfalls throughout February stunted home sales in the region last month, with a drop of 13.5 percent from January's numbers throughout New England, according to ReMax of New England.

Housing starts experience February chill

Groundbreaking on new residential units in February was at the lowest level since January 2014, the U.S. Commerce Department said Tuesday.

Real Deals

Real Deals highlights recent commercial property transactions in Central Massachusetts.

Chestnut Place office buildings purchased for $14M

Sam Bonacci |

A national real estate investment firm has purchased the office buildings at One and Two Chestnut place in downtown Worcester for $14 million.

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